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August 15, 2008
-PhotoCalc is pretty neat
PhotoCalc by Adair Systems is a handy iPhone/iPod Touch App for photographers. Most useful for me is the Flash Exposure calculator but it also features: Exposure Reciprocation calculator Depth...
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July 11, 2005
-Podcasting Producing Software
Lots of Podcasters have flocked to Curry's CastBlaster ($50.00) and/or are using Virtual AudioCable ($30.00), Skype (Free), and Audacity (Free) to record prodcasts but another great, FREE, software is entering...
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June 28, 2005
-iTunes 4.9 with SUCKY podcast support is out
Makers of the popular podcasting aggregator software like DopplerRadio and iPodderX have nothing to worry about. iTunes 4.9 with Podcasting support is out and it sucks royally. Missing are obvious...
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May 19, 2005
-Podcasting Books
Those interested in making podcasts now have a few new how to book son the subject of Podcasting. (So you can stop emailing me....I have no idea why I...
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May 12, 2005
-New Podcasts
Just a very quick post to mention that I've updated the Dummies Guide to Podcasts to include some new podcasts which I'm listening to....
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February 22, 2005
-The Dummies* Guide to Podcasting
After being constantly harassed to explain podcasting to friends and others I'd figured I could write a post explaining the concept and include instructions and links to everything to get...
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April 23, 2004
-FM Tuner for the iPod?
Why the heck doesn't Apple or someone else offer a remote for the iPod that has an integrated FM/AM Tuner?! I'd even settle for just an FM Tuner. Griffin apparently...
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February 23, 2004
-Senator Leahy replies
Almost two months later, he finally replied to my email. Dear Mr. Mermelstein: Thank you for contacting me about potential legislation on portable consumer electronic devices. It is good to...
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January 21, 2004
-MPs' bid for cheaper iPod batteries
Macworld UK has an interesting story about 11 Members of Parliament putting their names to a motion calling for Apple to ensure that replacement batteries are plentiful in supply and...
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January 11, 2004
-More on Li-Ion Batteries
Since sending my letter to Senator Leahy theres been a lot of press on the Li-Ion issue. The Washington Post wrote Battery And Assault. The New York Post had a...
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December 18, 2003
-I am fed up with Disposable Devices and You should be too!
Today, after having my year old Palm become my latest disposable device I had to do something about this new trend in portable consumer electronics. So I wrote the following...
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November 17, 2003
-iPod Accessories
On MGH's recommendation I purchased a Firewire Hub to provide power to the iPod while its connected to the computer and I'm happy to say its corrected that issue. One...
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November 11, 2003
-iTunes Second Look and a First Look at the iPod
After using iTunes for Windows awhile I've found a few things about it that can be very annoying. The biggest pain is that it doesn't automatically remove files from the...
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October 17, 2003
-Apple iTunes
Apple iTunes for Windows launched yesterday with exactly the same interface and functionality as on the Mac. It can runs on Windows XP and Windows 2000. The software includes jukebox...
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