“The BBC brand in effect supports our business”

Thought this was nice:

Rather liking what you are saying about the BBC as a flagship for new technologies. We often cite the BBC website when trying to get clients to understand good ways of doing things digital. It’s been excellent in helping us get our clients to understand RSS. If the BBC is doing it, then it must be good. The BBC brand in effect supports our business. I’d happily pay more for my licence fee.

(This is personal opinion and in no way reflects the positions of any employers past or present)

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  1. Understanding » Blog Archive » Why is DRM a social problem? on December 19th, 2007 12:32

    […] As I recently noted, many people recognise that the BBC’s leadership over data exchange technologies - in that example, RSS, but this goes back to the BBC Acorn - has a profound worldwide effect on innovation. […]

  2. Understanding » Blog Archive » Now the BBC iPlayer has a version without DRM, what next? v2 on December 19th, 2007 13:07

    […] Many people recognise that the BBC’s leadership over data exchange technologies has a profound worldwide effect on innovation. For example, the BBC’s use of RSS on its news site encouraged widespread adoption of RSS across the internet - but this trend goes back to the BBC Acorn computer. […]

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