On today’s show, we went off topic on a discussion that led from Drew’s new computer build to Mike’s future computer build, to a long discussion on content, DRM, and digital rights. We talked about HBO’s licensing agreement with Amazon that starts towards the end of May, DRM in HTML5, and the future of content distribution platforms (along with the fall of Silverlight we’re all hoping for). Mike (now know as Doc Teef) even sang us the jingle he wrote in which he spells out his name (D-O-C-T-Double E-F).

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