Member since: Jun 12th, 2006
Oct 10th 2008 1:52PM Don't even THINK about using the iphone/ipod app. It's total crapware! It doesn't use Safari; it uses its own browser. And, it doesn't store passwords for auto log-in on sites you frequent. Isn't that one of the main points of the app?Better luck next time, guys.
Apr 3rd 2008 11:21AM I think he totally missed an opportunity for a Steve Jobsian moment here. He should have pulled it out of his wallet. Someone please alert the PR firm to pay attention to potential of on stage theatrics to generate buzz.
Apr 1st 2008 3:48PM I've tried installing ubuntu 7 on at least two machines and have come away dazed and confused. Here's hoping 8 is better.
Apr 1st 2008 3:04PM Standards or no standards, servers get compromised all the time. You don't really expect people to give you their passwords do you? Look at Remember the Milk, they have plug-ins that work in/with gmail but don't ask for the password.I think you guys need to rethink this and get back to us.
Nov 23rd 2007 3:04PM Sweet!
Jun 30th 2007 4:49PM I'm looking forward to using the world's greatest interface -- and looking cool doing it!
May 24th 2007 6:48PM I plan to listen to podcasts, sermons, and music at work using my Palm (that's right) Tungsten and a few SD cards. I may even watch a few tv shows on it.
Oct 6th 2006 5:15PM I'm talking about the links to download the files (ogg and mp3) as opposed to the RSS feeds. I right click to download it and save it to my desktop (using Firefox on a mac and pc), then drag it to an SD card and listen to it on my Palm.
Oct 5th 2006 6:30PM The mp3 file plays at 2x speed on my player. And, it's the previous week's podcast. The ogg file is the previous week's podcast. What gives does anybody do a test download and play?
Oct 5th 2006 6:04PM Digital cable
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble