Member since: Dec 8th, 2005
Feb 9th 2009 11:08PM What does that mean, "to play us out??"
Oct 10th 2008 5:14AM Definitely more expensive than your traditional ambience app for the iPhone, but it comes with the Brian Eno label, and therefore I jumped on it immediately.And it's awesome.
Nov 12th 2007 2:38PM That was a really bad presentation. The only proof that it's tactile is a voice saying so. No wonder Apple makes a killing. They need something that really shows what it's like, a killer video like Jeff Han's multi-touch demo, or something on that level. A video with a close-up showing the screen actually making bumps for tactile feedback would be the difference between unveiling the next Jesus Phone versus yet another footnote at CES.
Jul 3rd 2007 4:36PM When I read this review, word-for-word, I actually got the impression that the iPhone was vaporware: crappy e-mail, a crashing and slow safari (that prevents you from recieving calls), an inferior and unnatural input method, and a glaring lack of obvious gotchas: no IM, no ability to purchase iTunes from the iPhone, no ability to manually manage your media.And then when I read the last line, it makes it seem like the iPhone is a good buy. All I hear from iPhone users are willful apologists, wanting to believe their phone is great because Apple went 110% on a few signature features.I'm worried the iPhone is going to end up about as blah as the Mac OS, something that only creates cults, but turns out impractical for most people
Dec 8th 2005 6:38PM These comments against the music videos are naive. It's not just noobie internet users enamored by flashing lights. Myspace is a pyramid SNS, with the muscians and glamorous at the top, and everybody else below supporting them. You don't have to be a music lover to be part of myspace, but it de facto functions as a new MTV. So music videos are the service. And if you talk to kids who love myspace, they love the music.
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