Member since: Jan 3rd, 2006
Jan 28th 2010 12:06AM I'll go ahead and give an example of how great this is for me.I already get my school's emails forwarded to my Gmail. I recieve study guides, lectures, and powerpoints in my email all the time. I usually download these straight into a folder in my Dropbox which contains all school work (I access it all from my iPhone so I rarely carry any papers around).The hassle is I usually have wait till I get home and download the file and manually drop it into Dropbox. Now I can just view the email from my iPhone, then immediately jump to the already downloaded attachment in my Dropbox.Honestly this is an amazing solution for me.
Jun 29th 2009 10:45AM Wow this thing is awesome and just what I was looking for, only problem I see is that if you have your taskbar set to 'Auto-hide' then when you click on the stacks folder the opened stack doesn't open in the correct location. Rather it opens exactly where you clicked. Example here: http://hosted.drpic.com/vault/1DDVCQBRHE.png
Mar 7th 2009 2:14AM Isn't this pretty much what David Merrill talked about at TED??http://www.ted.com/talks/david_merrill_demos_siftables_the_smart_blocks.html
Sep 19th 2008 10:38AM Actually Nintendo won't do anything. The original author had tried contacting them multiple times and Nintendo never replied back. He told them he would give it a little more than a month to get a response but after no one said anything he just decided to let it out there.I'm not sure where his original blog is, but is somewhere out there on the net. I believe his blog post about it was on digg a while back.
Jan 3rd 2006 9:54PM IF ITS GOT NO iTUNES WTF IS THE POINT OF THE iTUNES BUTTON! lol
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