[print version] McNealy's cold feet and other tales of Sun CNET News.com: "McNealy has praised Jobs on occasion, but he acknowledged on Wednesday he doesn't have time to listen to his own iPod and forecasted doom for the popular digital music player. The right place to store music is on the network, where it can be accessed by many devices, he said, much like the right place to store voice mail is on a central server.
'Your iPod is like your home answering machine. It's a temporary thing,' McNealy said. 'It's going to be hard to sell a lot of iPods five years from now, when every cell phone is going to be able to automatically access your library wherever you are.' "
Read the full interview for an interesting recap of Sun's glory days.