Member since: Nov 21st, 2007
Feb 14th 2009 8:12AM Me standing naked in front of a window is illegal. They weren't selling anything. Just, showing it off at a mall.
Jun 17th 2008 4:34PM Isn't this just a clone of the zoom feature in most Microsoft wireless mouses? Can't remember what it was called, "intellizoom" or something like that?
Jun 17th 2008 4:15PM A program just like this has been out. Its called "TorrentFlux."
Dec 19th 2007 5:13PM I would like to win the Horde version...
Nov 21st 2007 7:23PM I simply feel that by locking down the database, third-party programs that can rip the songs off of one iPod can't function. They might not want people whom have friends with a rich music and video database to share there music. They want more money in iTunes music store, and, they would like to continue the iTunes monopoly. For instance, when I got mu iPod, the only thing I started using WMP and REAL (as well as Mplayer and a few others,) is specifically for movies and videos. Since all of my music is in iTunes because I own an iPod, there is rarely any need for me to use anything else.But if your database has been figured out, plugins and whole other programs can be used for it. Another thing, Apple likes to bundle the Freeware version of quicktime with it to promote the commercial version of Quicktime.
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