Sunday, April 1st, 2007

EMI is rumored to announce tomorrow, with Steve Jobs on hand, that they will be now selling their music with no DRM baked in. Way to go EMI, now just get your other music label buddies to follow you to the good side and the world will be a ...

Smart Playlists Auto-Update on the iPod

Monday, May 1st, 2006

Smart Playlists is one of iTunes strongest, and probably most under-used features. You can make an automatic playlist with nearly any criteria you want - a particular word in the title, the number of times a track has played (or not played), how you've ranked a track (either good ...

As I Like to Think Paulie Shore Would Say: Linkage

Thursday, February 23rd, 2006

Notable links from around the web that don't really need a full post about them: Why did Google make their page building doohicky? I could see it as a way to pretty up your Google home page, but if thats not whats its for, then I really don't see the ...

Jumping Steve Is Very Entertaining

Monday, January 30th, 2006

Sometimes its the simple things in life that fully entertain you during every commercial break in American Chopper on another slow Monday night at Hell Yeah Bitch! headquarters. Tonight, that thing was Jumping Steve. Here's the in depth explanation on what exactly "Jumping Steve" is directly from their ...

I am Totally into Podcasts

Monday, October 31st, 2005

Bring 'em on - the more the merrier. I gravitate towards the tech podcasts (This Week in Tech, Diggnation, CNET BuzzCast, SETI) and news casts - NPR has a ton of their stuff available for download. I drive a lot for work and regular radio is just not ...

How To Download iTunes Music Videos For Free

Tuesday, September 27th, 2005

How's about three "How To" posts in a row? Ok, great idea! Here's another one: Derek at Uneasy Silence has written a little PHP script that translates the iTunes links to regular links so that one could download videos from their servers. Let me explain. The iTunes Music Store ...

iTunes 5 and some crappy phone

Wednesday, September 7th, 2005

Meanwhile at Apple's media event.... iTunes 5 has been announced, and released today at some point. It sports a new, cleaner look and options for a more refined shuffle. Here is a great, blurry bigfoot-type picture of the new iTunes. They also released some crappy phone with Motorola(picture). But here is the big ...

What’s your Podcast subscription list?

Sunday, July 24th, 2005

Before iTunes 4.9 added podcasting support I didn't listen to all that much content. It was too difficult and scattered to keep track of the podcasts, and I only found the ones that were mentioned on some random blog. I followed the TWiT Cast and that was it. ...

Blue Coconut, I love you.

Thursday, July 7th, 2005

Today Paul Mison released a new version of Blue Coconut, and if you are like me you have never heard of it. It turns out Blue Coconut is a wonderful little app / Apple Script that allows the user to download tracks that are shared by other people via ...

iTunes meets Podcasting

Tuesday, June 28th, 2005

Apple has finally unveiled their latest update to iTunes. iTunes 4.9' only real new feature is its integrated support for podcasts (Don't know what podcasting is? Click on the last link and Apple will be glad to tell you.) I've already downloaded the new iTunes on my work PC and ...