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Saturday, July 2, 2005


KCRW Listeners Load Up On Podcasts Via iTunes

Within a day, downloads from Santa Monica-based KCRW exploded from 3,500 a day to 100,000.

RSS Inventor Slams Apple's Podcast Approach

Leaders in the RSS community, including the standard's own creator, are taking Apple to task for developing an ill-advised DTD without seeking input and guidance from the community.

Apple 'Clear Winner' In Music Downloading

David Ibgelow: The Tapeless Post-Production Workflow

"I can shoot in varicam, edit in Final Cut Pro HD and deliver my files on inexpensive hard drives for transfer straight to film — without any additional decks or equipment. That is the most efficient digital workflow I know of."



With film cameras, especially when you develop yourself — each photograph has purpose, has meaning.

Podcasting: The Time Is Now

Plugged Leaks


Podcasting Is good. Sometimes.

First 24 Hours With iTunes' Podcast Support

Ears To You: Five Sets Of Earphones/Headphones Compared


Light Up The Skies With Your Macintosh

Peter Skarpetis: I recently took some pictures of my Mac in the dark with the only source of illumination being the blue lights of the hard disks, the red lights of the optical mouse and the green lights of my ADSL modem. I was really surprised by the results.


Another "Microsoft Is On Deathbed" Article Posted

How Microsofft Will Die

If Microsoft fails to deliver something approaching decent with Longhorn then they will be in trouble.

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