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Bryan Bartow

Member since: Jul 12th, 2006

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Blog Activity
Blog# of Comments
TUAW.com9 Comments
Engadget1 Comment
AdJab - Awaiting Deletion1 Comment
Download Squad7 Comments

Recent Comments:

Inconceivable! iSperm for the iPhone / iPod touch (TUAW.com)

Mar 14th 2009 8:29PM Glad you liked it!

Inconceivable! iSperm for the iPhone / iPod touch (TUAW.com)

Mar 14th 2009 4:46PM As the developer of Rusty Trombone, I can assure you that controversial names don't equal sales. It's certainly possible that the name will get the application noticed or picked up by the blogosphere, but it's no sure thing.

iPhone apps we crave (TUAW.com)

Jul 18th 2008 1:26PM In addition to some already listed:

iCall
GrandCentral
Dedicated Gmail client with push

Here Comes A Special Boy... (TUAW.com)

May 9th 2008 1:19AM Embrace ActionScript 3. You know you want to.

TUAW Back-to-School Giveaway Day 13: an iPhone (TUAW.com)

Aug 29th 2007 2:57PM Gots to gets me an iPhone.

Download Squad's Invite-a-palooza: Day 7 (Download Squad)

Aug 1st 2007 12:37PM Invite please.

Giveaway: have an iPhone on us! (Engadget)

Jun 29th 2007 10:01PM I'll love you better than Gizmodo.

Talk to your Skype contacts from any phone (Download Squad)

Apr 5th 2007 2:15PM I used this service when it was a Skype plugin called VoxLib. While I like the new service, I really liked having their Skype plugin, which allowed me to use SkypeOut from my mobile. I then added my SkypeIn number as one of my T-Mobile MyFaves and I could make unlimited outbound calls from my mobile through my PC and VoxLib. Does anyone know of any similar service now that VoxLib appears to be no more?

Widgets on demand with Webwag (Download Squad)

Feb 7th 2007 12:12AM If this widget could be federated from webwag and resize itself to fit content, it would be awesome. Webmonkian, which of the "big publishers" don't already syndicate their content through feeds?

Rumors: Apple's 802.11n enabler for $5? (TUAW.com)

Jan 16th 2007 5:33PM Anyone who questions the validity of the effect of SOX on a situation like this is completely uninformed and ignorant. The prospect of Apple having to restate earnings in this situation is very real, indeed. Anyone who has worked for any organization worth its salt knows that Sarbanes-Oxley, whether good for corporate jurisprudence or not, is not to be taken lightly.