As an Apple lover, it’s hard for me to come up with an Apple product I don’t have. I’m typing this on my 27” iMac with both the Magic Mouse and Magic Trackpad, right next to me is my iPhone 4, and my iPad 2. In my desk drawer I have an iPod Nano for working out, and I have a 160 gig iPod Classic filled with all my music. I’m listening to music being streamed from Sonos into my iPod HiFi. My Apple TV allows me to listen to watch movies and listen to music on my home theatre, and of course everything is being streamed through the house using my Apple Airport Extreme, and I have an Airport Express sitting my briefcase, right next to my Macbook Air. There are only two products missing the Mac Pro and the iPod Touch. But that’s about the change. Continue reading
I can remember when I got cable television. First off, I was finally able to stop screwing around with rabbit ear antennas that today look positively prehistoric. Second, I finally got my MTV.
There is a lot of talk about MTV today, and for good reason. MTV turned 30 years old today. If that makes you feel old, you’re not alone. If not, look at it this way; if Marty McFly jumped into a time-traveling DeLorean today and went back 30 years, he would not end up in a time where Coca-Cola came in bottles, all cars were made in Detroit, and dorks walked around with 3D glasses, he would land in a time where Ronald Reagan (yes, the movie actor) was President, Disco was dying, and he would witness a group called The Buggles kick off Viacom’s MTV with a weird “music video” declaring that Video Killed the Radio Star. Continue reading
There has been much activity in the digital music space for the pat couple months. Google and Amazon have launched music storage lockers to upload your music and stream it to your wireless devices (iPod, iPhone, iPad, etc…) Apple acquired La La, and plans to roll out it’s service as well. But those big three companies may have a problem. Spotify. Continue reading
Borders Books has created a plan to ask the U.S. Bankruptcy Court to liquidate their remaining 399 stores, as if the economy could use anymore businesses going under. Overall the company hasn’t had the greatest public view, and would probably be better off liquidating their remaining stores anyways. Continue reading
We are quickly nearing the end of 2008 and what else would make this occasion better than some countdowns? Continue reading