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New cases by MARWARE

See my post about the new CEO Classic here

I’m a huge fan of the original CEO Classic.  Hopefully, the new one will be equally cool!

Tom

Posted by tntracy in Atlanta, GA on May 6, 2003 at 7:49 PM (CDT)

Video: Live On Stage at The Grove in LA

Yeah. Too many different transitions. And some KB effect would be sweet! Hell, just not having the black around the pictures would be nice.

Decent production, otherwise, though.

Posted by Dan Grover in White River Junction on May 6, 2003 at 6:46 PM (CDT)

Toast Converts Protected AAC to AIF

Forget it, I figured it out. Toast automatically converts the MP4 to AIFF and places it in “converted items” inside the User > documents folder.

Nice.

Posted by Vic Zauderer on May 6, 2003 at 5:04 PM (CDT)

Toast Converts Protected AAC to AIF

Wait - how can you “save as AIFF” without burning the CD? I wasn’t able to do anything other than burn a CD.

Being able to save as AIFF would be useful… rather than having to burn the CD, then rip it.

Posted by Vic Zauderer on May 6, 2003 at 5:01 PM (CDT)

MacDevCenter: Goodbye PDA, Hello iPod?

And by the way. While temporary play lists are good. A song queue would be even better.

A song queue would allow me to manually pick several songs directly on the iPod and then would automatically play them back in the order that I pick them. Each song would disappear when it finished.

Posted by Sabon in Seattle, WA on May 6, 2003 at 3:32 PM (CDT)

MacDevCenter: Goodbye PDA, Hello iPod?

What I REALLY want is to be able to connect a mini keyboard to my new iPod. Something like the thumb keyboard that are out there for Palm Pilots. That way I could add/modify/delete contacts, appointments, and notes directly on my iPod and I wouldn’t need my Palm anymore. As an added bonus. The iPod is smaller.

Posted by Sabon in Seattle, WA on May 6, 2003 at 3:31 PM (CDT)

iRemote Concept for iPod

Yes! Yes! Yes! I have been thinking of the exact same thing! This would allow you to put your iPod in the trunk of your car and still control it! Yes!

Posted by D in So Cal on May 6, 2003 at 11:40 AM (CDT)

Classic iPod owners' frustration with Apple makes headlines

Hey, if you don’t like America, go find another country to live in!

[/sarcasm]

Posted by Adam Carrington on May 6, 2003 at 10:55 AM (CDT)

Classic iPod owners' frustration with Apple makes headlines

...(not trying to be venomous)
um… if they’re significant features, how is it unreasonable to buy a new ipod?

i still like my old ipod just fine, thanks: that’s how i bought it. to all the other cheap complainers: as said before, if you don’t like it, well, goodbye!

 

Posted by reason's twin sister on May 6, 2003 at 9:56 AM (CDT)

How to record with new iPods

Now I’m reading that the line-in will be on an enhanced remote that will also have a mic. Can anyone confirm this?

Posted by david on May 6, 2003 at 9:04 AM (CDT)

Video: Live On Stage at The Grove in LA

um….......... I don’t know what to say. Those transitions really offended me.

Posted by mGee on May 6, 2003 at 6:14 AM (CDT)

PowerMax: Trade-in your old iPod and get a new iPod

Guys, 5 gb Ipods on Ebay that aren’t even working are going for $90 with time still left. Getting $100 for your working one, is not the deal of the century. Sure, for convenience, it’s not bad, but it ain’t amazing.

Posted by Mookie on May 5, 2003 at 10:24 PM (CDT)

iTunes Music Store Sells Over One Million Songs in First Week

Advanced Calculus 201

110,000 online iPod order + 20,000 retail iPod sales = 130,000 iPods in one week.

For argument’s sake, average price of iPod is $399.

130,000 * $399 = $51,870,000 in one week

I bet a lot of people bought new iPods because Apple got them excited about music again. iTMS is about getting people excited about music and the sales of iPods certainly isn’t chump change.

Posted by Paul on May 5, 2003 at 9:15 PM (CDT)

How to record with new iPods

a line in is all i want in life.
well…almost

Posted by chris in seattle on May 5, 2003 at 7:43 PM (CDT)

iTunes Music Store Sells Over One Million Songs in First Week

Calculus 101:

$1M / week = $52M / yr * ~30% =~ $16 M / yr *90% =~ $14M / yr

30% of the gross income is what apple keeps.
90% of the gross profit minus upkeep.

OK, apple added 14Mil to the bottom line. IBM sells one dingy server and makes more profit. It’s not going to keep apple alive.

But it goes a long way towards goving them some face.

Posted by pbox on May 5, 2003 at 6:19 PM (CDT)

iTunes Sharing Status Service Debuts

It’s not a script for download. It’s a service provided by a website.

Posted by Dennis Lloyd in Irvine, CA on May 5, 2003 at 6:04 PM (CDT)

iTunes Music Store Sells Over One Million Songs in First Week

Rumor has it that iPod software/firmware 2.0 WILL be available for older iPods, but we’ll just have to wait a while.  The new iPods are different hardware in some ways, so the same exact firmware updater won’t work.  I’m sure they put getting the new junk on the iPods about to be released at a way higher priority than getting it on existing iPods, but that doesn’t mena that it won’t happen.  My prediction for iPod software 2.0 for gen 1&2 iPods: mid-summer.

Software 1.3 has the MOST important thing I wanted anyway, AAC support.  The rest is just extra stuff.

- JonYo <-just bought a new 30GB iPod :^)

Posted by JonYo in Pleasanton, CA on May 5, 2003 at 5:48 PM (CDT)

iPod Dissection Photos

Tim, you are looking at the wrong photos.

“Here are photos of an old iPod 20GB dissection for comparison purposes.”

Try to keep up.

Posted by Yeah on May 5, 2003 at 5:17 PM (CDT)

iTunes Sharing Status Service Debuts

The link to this script is broken. Anyone know of a good link to download the script?

Thanks

Posted by Eddie in San Jose on May 5, 2003 at 4:52 PM (CDT)

iTunes Music Store Sells Over One Million Songs in First Week

Well if you reread the article you will see it includes the number of new model ipod’s sold so far so that is where I based my comment from and also take Ahead nero burning software for example they have been giving updates since it first begun and they are on 10.x now.

Posted by Fusen in UK on May 5, 2003 at 2:55 PM (CDT)

iTunes Music Store Sells Over One Million Songs in First Week

How does that relate to the music sales? The 1.3 update lets you use the new iTunes on the old iPods. And they are going to release a Windows version, this year.

Most companies only offer free updates through that version number (ie 1.0-1.99) but not to the next whole version. (ie 2.0) Why should Apple be any different? Yeah, it sucks, but it’s nothing new.

Posted by shaun3000 on May 5, 2003 at 1:22 PM (CDT)

How to record with new iPods

There is no lin-in on the dock…yet. Look for something from Apple with a line-in in a few months.

Craig

Posted by cpatch in San Diego, CA on May 5, 2003 at 12:35 PM (CDT)

iTunes Sharing Status Service Debuts

Aditional to bandwith, many ISP’s have limits on traffic that can sent from one’s IP address.  If I started to share my music with many people, I think my ISP would pull the plug on my connection.

Posted by Marky in United Kingdom on May 5, 2003 at 12:30 PM (CDT)

iTunes Sharing Status Service Debuts

So how much bandwith does sharing use? How many people could share my library before everything would grind to halt.

Posted by Todd on May 5, 2003 at 12:20 PM (CDT)

iTunes Music Store Sells Over One Million Songs in First Week

shame they didn’t include a reference to the thousands of complaints they have recieved by people wanting a 2.0 update for old iPods >:[

Posted by Fusen in UK on May 5, 2003 at 11:56 AM (CDT)

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