See, I'm a big fan of internet connectivity. I like that fact that with uncapped ADSL I can surf, download and stream content at a moments notice without so much as a dropped packet when I was on 3G networks. And because I'm a big supporter of using the internet for education and to increase your knowledge, it stands to reason that I turn to and rely on video streaming websites to either answer questions I might have about a product or to watch press releases and conferences on the subject matter at hand. For Nokia's recent unveiling event where the Lumia 920 and 820, the conference was broadcast live from a separate page on their website and by all accounts it seemed to have gone well.
Or at least it went well for the people who were physically there. Because Nokia, in all their wisdom, decided to leave the streaming part of the conference not to a flash-based program, or to HTML5. No, they decided to tell everyone to make sure they had Silverlight installed. Ffffffffiuuuuuuuu-!