Chapter 14. Music and videos
Imagine a technology that could multicast live music and video wirelessly around the world with an unlimited audience, all without any buffering. Now, imagine that whatever tech company built out that global infrastructure also built incredibly inexpensive clients into almost every car and house, allowing people around the globe to consume that audio and video anywhere they travelled.
A new tech startup? Hardly. Radio has been popular for about 90 years, while TV has been around for about 60. They’re amazing technologies that have forever changed human culture, and I’m tired of them both.
There’s a better way. The power ...