I understand that some people love Copy/Paste, but in the year-plus that I've had my Motorola Droid (Verizon needs WP7, dammit), I've used C/P twice.
I understand the want for the feature, but in all honesty it's not a particularly vital thing.
As for Conan not being on Xbox LIVE... as a viewer of his show and a victim of Service Electric Internet (who caps me at a miserable 1Mbps, those swine), I can't say I hate the decision. It's hard enough to get through an episode of Inside Xbox without it buffering a dozen times.
Of course that probably doesn't affect most other people on XBL, but meh. The world revolves around me, as far as I care.
@Laura10: So then you admit that Paul's junk talks to him? Most curious.
EDIT: Oh, yeah! The show -- totally forgot what happened after the cut to the "Turbaconstein" video. But I do wonder how long it'll be before Google actively takes steps to break any H.264 codec players in their browser updates... but mostly my mind is stuck on that cursed turkeymonster.
And the cook book? Sounds like Molecular Gastronomy, or as it's more commonly known "culinary mad science."
While you're always going to have your group who hate the idea of DRM *coughpiratescough*, I think the big issue people have with the current DRM is that it's so atrociously awful. Take, for example, Ubisoft and their DRM that more or less demands you be
online at all times under penalty of death... or you can't play the game, whichever.
I'm all on board with DRM, so long as it isn't overly intrusive so... I'm alright with the Netflix/Microsoft deal.
I am quite excited for this bit of software. Combine this with a tablet notebook like the HP TouchSmart tm2 (or tx2, whatever) and you could make creating design docs a quick and, most importantly, simple process.
Plus let's face facts -- everything on the internet should come in 90-second bitesized chunks.