As the year comes to a close, here are ten of my favorite feature posts from last100 in 2007. These weren’t necessarily the most popular in terms of page views or reader comments, but give a great overview of the breadth and depth of digital lifestyle coverage we’ve tried to deliver since we launched on May 20 2007. Here’s to more of the same in 2008 and wishing you all a happy new year!
Written before the official Google Android announcement, we speculate on how the much rumored Gphone might shape up, including concept sketches by Lorin Wood.
Following the pay-what-you-want experiment by the band Radiohead, we outlined five alternative business models for selling music.
A fun and retrospective look at some of Microsoft’s less successful digital lifestyle products.
How Amazon could become a powerful player in the battle for the digital living room.
If Google has its way, there will be the Google “ecosystem” behind TV, just like there is behind the Web.
Eight weeks after launching last100, we published a quick recap of the Internet TV applications we’d profiled so far.
The iPhone is far from perfect, but it has potential to change the U.S. mobile-phone market.
We took a look at the online offerings of the five major networks — ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and The CW.
In this post we profile ten sites or services that offer free and legal music to download.
In this post, we take a look at eleven paid-for video download stores, noting that while there appears to be much competition, many of the resulting services lack innovation, in terms of their technology choices and how they approach copy-protection.