More news from Nashville: Trace Adkins is recovering after surgery to remove a portion of his inflamed badonkadonk.
Just in time for mother’s day: Here’s some Nashville news that I’ll tell you, but please, do not tell my wife: Tiffany & Co. is opening a store in the Mall at Green Hills next year. Something tells me they won’t be giving out T-Shirts on opening day like the Apple Store there did.
Hey, what about the home boys? The Wall Street Journal has a “free feature” today about iPod accessories. (“Apple boasts more than 1,000 different accessories have been made for the 28 million iPods sold since the device hit the market in 2001.”)
How could someone write a story like this and leave out Nashville’s Griffin Technology, creator of some of the snappiest iPod accessories ever? Check out that iTrip nano, for instance. (By the way, if any of you Griffin types see this, please feel free to contact me about a new program I’ve just thought up called, “bribe the blogger.” It’s available exclusively for Nashville-based iPod accesory makers.)
Pre-announcing – Web 3.0 Beta: Since Xeni Jardin at Wired.com is reporting that “Web 2.0 is already showing cracks,” I think we should go ahead and begin beta testing the buzzword “Web 3.0.”
What is Web 3.0, you ask: Web 3.0 is just like Web 2.0, except it doesn’t have cracks yet.
Also, I’m wondering if the folks who brought us Web 2.0 will provide solutions for how to get the cracks out of our shiny new Web 2.0s. Perhaps Brasso will work?