Early last year, Phil Harrison, at the time President of Sony Computer Entertainment, was eager to talk about the PS3. During those early days right after the console's launch, Harrison spoke about the title line-up of 2007 and how those games would change console gaming
altogether. By February 2008 Harrison had left the company, and Sony had filled his position with Shuhei Yoshida.
In a recent interview, Yoshida talks about his vision on the industry and reveals many details
about the direction Sony is heading, in particular with their gaming division. He talks about Sony's stance on exclusive PS3 titles, future development for the console, the capacity of the PS3 and how long they want it to remain on store shelves.
It has a lot of good information on Sony's mindset, and if you are interested in PS3 politics it is a good read.