The big news to me in this article is how Google TV will be using Flash to deliver its video content. Flash has near ubiquity on browsers, and the quality of its video is very good. In its first incarnations, Flash was only delivering basic vector-based content, but it has morphed into an interactive plug-in capable of much more. Flash might become the defacto standard for delivering video over the web vs. QuickTime, Windows Media and RealPlayer because it has become the mostly widely used browser plug-in that can deliver high quality video. Amazon also recently used Flash to deliver video with its famous people deliveries celebrating its 10-year anniversary.