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Friday, November 10, 2006


iTunes Lets Users Publish iMixes On MySpace And Blogs

Apple has extended iMix with the new ability to publish iMix playlists to the web.

Disney Sells Nearly A Half Million Films Through iTunes

Disney said it expects movie downloads to generate $50 million in added revenue during the first year of the program.

Bare Bones Yojimbo Adds Tagging Support

Missing Sync For Windows Mobile Links iPhoto, iTunes

New And Improved

VoodooPad: A garden for your thoughts. Plant ideas, images, lists and anything else you need to keep track of.

Life Balance: Coaching software that provides a dynamically ordered To Do List deiven by the importance of your goals.

Smultron: Text editor designed to be easy and intuitive to start off with and to become more and more able as and when the user wants it.


Will The iPhone Save The iPod?

The best thing for the MP3 player might be to morph into a mobile phone.

Are Mac Fans A Dying Breed?

So are Mac fans truly a dying breed, being replaced by folks who don't possess those old loyalties,w ho would abandon the platform on a moment's notice if tempted by a few bad experiences? That's Apple's challenge.

Why I Won't Buy An iPhone

Nokia's durability and battery life, Apple's intuitive software. It's a marriage made in heaven.

iPod Killed The Radio Star

2G Shuffle And The Hiss, Boo, Bah!


Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life

Some things in life are bad / They can really make you mad / Other things just make you swear and curse / When you're chewing life's gristle / Don't grumble / Give a whistle / And this'll help things turn out for the best / And...

Always look at this video of a laughing baby, and be reminded that, sometimes, laughters can come just so easily.

Is This How You Compete With The Pod?

Looks like Microsoft is not targetting customers that do not like Apple's closed ecosystem of the iPod, and all that RIAA-friendly DRM evils.

Not only is Microsoft's Zune a closed system too, it also have an DRM that is arguable more strict than iPod/iTunes. Worse, every time you buy a Zune, one dollar goes to Universal, one of the RIAA labels — even if you are Creative Commons/Podsafe advocate and vow never to give a single dollar to the RIAA companies.

And, of course, no Ogg Vorbis support either. :-)

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