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Mix: PowerPoint, iBend, work in progress, Belkin

Engadget has posted a step-by-step article on how to use your iPod photo to give PowerPoint or Keynote presentations.

The Censtron iBend “brings the Heavy Metal experience everywhere” inside the case of a 3G iPod. It comes with “four rocking guitar solos,” the “Censtron bend wheel,” and an “extreme pitch knob.”

iLounge staffer and “iPod and iTunes Hacks” author Hadley Stern asks if the iPod photo is breakthrough device or a work in progress.

One large bank plans to give every employee an iPod so they can listen to earnings calls and other business related audio.

Belkin has been honored with seven CES Innovations Distinctions, including awards for TuneBase FM for the iPod mini and Digital Camera Link for the iPod.

 

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Comments

1

what is “earnings calls”? And would you really want to do work related stuff on your way to work unless that time was being counted as your work day? My job doesn’t consider comuting time part of my work day. The person in the office next to me has a 6 hour communte! (3 hours each way) and works an addition 8 hours.

I’m lucky and only have 30 mins each way. And use my iPod during 90% of that time!

Posted by croooow in Fairfax, VA on November 17, 2004 at 11:52 AM (CST)

2

well. it does not make much sense to me. The reason for workers to stay in a bank is working, not enjoying their ipods. ipod could be a distraction since its so enjoyable.
PS:
Do you know what I like about the mixed up fermat for the news headlines?
NOTHING.

Posted by frankthetank on November 17, 2004 at 5:38 PM (CST)

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