O comentário de Lee Abrams, 11.22.2006 (Abrams is chief creative officer, programming at XM Satellite Radio; this commentary appeared on his personal blog at leeabrams.blogspot), a propósito das informações que dão conta da instalação em mais modelos de carros de adaptadores para o iPod:
«In my opinion, it’s a changing world in terms of how you receive audio entertainment. Not a brilliant revelation, but how you process that reality is the key. The new choices are good! Bring it on(...)»
I can’t wait to have an iPod wired into my car. Put it right next to XM, next to terrestrial. More choice. Will I listen to my iPod in the car? Hell yes. Will I listen to XM ... of course ... and I might even pop over to terrestrial too. I think it can expand the time-spent-listening to audio entertainment. One day, maybe Internet radio will be in the car too. Great! I think ya gotta accept that this is all coming and embrace the competition and the new playing field. (...)
Years ago, there was similar talk about when eight-track, cassette and later CD players were integrated into cars. That same “radio is dead” talk.
fonte: «http://www.rwonline.com/pages/s.0044/t.510.html (22/11/06)
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