Apple iTunes 7.3 Released. New features include: ability to activate iPhone service; syncing iPhones with your music, movies, tv shows, etc.; and wirelessly share photos from your computer(s) with an Apple TV.
Sorry for the light posting as of late. I’ve been swamped at work, and trying to spend less time online at home. That, and I didn’t really have anything to post about…
My wife asked me last night why I didn’t want an iPhone. And as soon as I came in this morning, coworkers were asking to see mine. (I had to inform them, that they aren’t available until 6pm tonight…) I’m not going to get an iPhone… not now anyways. It’s a beautiful piece of hardware, and I’d love to have one at some point, but for now, I’ll pass. There’s a couple of reasons for this:
- It’s a first generation product, that’s bound to have some issues. Don’t get me wrong. Apple makes some sweet products, but their first gen stuff has issues from time to time.
- PowerServe, the company I work for, takes care of my cellphone for me.
- The largest capacity iPhone isn’t big enough. If and when I were to get an iPhone, I want one that’s going to easily replace my 80Gb iPod that’s nearly filled to the brim with movies, tv shows and music. 8Gb just doesn’t cut it.
CampaignMonitor: Updated CSS Support in Email Report. Had this flagged in FeedBurner since last week and meant to post it here… This is going up on my office wall.
If you needed a reason not to own a cat, here’s a pretty good one.
If you’re in the Augusta area, and can spare a pint, Shepeard Blood Center is in desperate need of O type blood. Given the FDA’s current restrictions on accepting blood from people who lived in Germany between 1980 and 1990, I can no longer give blood… otherwise I’d be all over this. Before the restrictions I was just shy of giving three gallons of B Negative.
Weirdest Story of the Day. I guarantee it.
WordPress 2.2.1 Available. It features a several bug fixes and addresses some security issues that can be found in WordPress 2.2.
Adobe Digital Editions 1.0 Available. I used the beta quite a few times and it’s a decent (and might I add, lightweight) eBook reader.
WestCiv offering free web standards courses online. If you’re in need for a refresher on XHTML and CSS, or if you’re just starting out and want to learn more, this is definitely the way to go.
Is alli worth trying? Well, if you’re okay with frequent ‘code brown’ alerts, oily discharge, etc… then sure. I thought for a milli-second about trying it out… but I’m not sure anymore.