Daily Links 1/4/2012: CloudMine, ElectNext and SnipSnap are chosen for Project Liberty incubator

Why Enterprise Software Will Never Be the Same (PC World)

Ben Franklin Announces Project Liberty Digital Incubator Inaugural Class (Ben
Franklin Technology Partners Press Release)
CloudMine, ElectNext and SnipSnap are chosen.

Disney and Comcast Link Up for Another 10 Years (All Things Digital)

Comcast, Disney Reach Major Carriage Deal
UPDATED: ESPN available online to Xfinity subscribers
(Broadcasting & Cable)

Amazon staffs up for new digital media service effort (Gigaom)

MetroPCS Launching Live Mobile TV Service Later This Year (TechCrunch)

TiVo shares soar after AT&T settlement (AP via CBS News)

Roku Streaming Stick delivers TV apps in a flash drive package (VentureBeat)

Solve Media Now Works With 3,000 Publishers And It's Closing In On A ~ $6 Million Series B Round (Silicon Alley Insider)
Solve Media was started in Philadelphia and backed by First Round Capital; moved to New York but still has office in Philly.

Echo Therapeutics Announces $3.6 Million Warrant Exercises (PR Newswire)

Independence Blue Cross gears up to launch mobile apps (Mobile Health News)

Shell completes transition of SAP-based HR application services to Accenture
(Computerworld UK)

Infor shows strong growth (ZDNet Blogs)