Let’s face it, Sony, you aren’t doing much right. You can’t keep the PlayStation Network online, which just happens to be your primary gaming and content delivery service. Your multitude of business units still seem to be at odds with one another. You’re playing catch up or second fiddle in almost all of your major markets: computers, mobile devices, TVs, video games. What’s most troubling is that your best ideas never seem to hit the market soon enough, or with enough polish, to actually move the needle.