Robert X. Cringely writes: "... For a year now I have been writing that Apple is aiming to build a video distribution empire to match its existing music distribution empire. We've seen some of this take place, too, with Apple claiming to have distributed more than 12 million music videos, TV episodes, and motion pictures through the iTunes Music Store. Down the line we'll see Video iPods with larger screens, the Video Express wireless access point-cum-H.264 decoder, faster Mac Minis with larger disk drives, and whole new versions of Apple's seminal Front Row home theater application. As soon as Steve Jobs can sort out his legal problem with little Burst.com and finish signing every movie and TV studio to an electronic distribution deal, we'll see lots more announcements from Apple. ..." Link: PBS.org.