Andrew Kantor writes: "... CBS is simply doing what gadzillions of other Web sites already do: Offering content for people to choose from. Sure, some of CBS' content is professionally produced news, and the result is a very slick site. But in terms of changing things, this Big Deal is pretty much a whoop-dee-do. ¶ The on-demand Internet is old hat. The future — thanks in large part to the Internet — is true on-demand television. ...¶... In fact, some phone companies have acquired cable TV licenses and are delivering "IPTV" — digital television carried over phone lines, using Internet technology. It's indistinguishable from cable or satellite, except that the line coming into your living room looks like a phone cord, not a TV cable. ¶ And this is why CBS doesn't quite get it. The future isn't video on the Internet in a little window on your computer. The future is full-quality video over the Internet to your television. ..." Link: USA Today.