Archive for November 2008

Apple’s Black Friday, blacker than first thought?

I got this email from Apple enticing me to pay a visit to the online store. “Lots of gifts. 1 day not to miss. Get the season’s best prices on Mac, iPod, and iPhone gifts.” I headed over to the online store this morning to see what all the hype was about. Nothing. $10 here. […]

Hello iPhone 2.2

I upgraded my iPhone’s OS to version 2.2. I’ve noticed some pretty decent improvements. Little things mainly that bugged. Not enough to make me complain, but little things that I wondered why it didn’t work right, and was probably a pretty easy fix to begin with. Scrolling through contacts for example. Ever since our iPhones […]


TwitterFon (iTunes link) is a new Twitter client that I am trying out on my iPhone. So far, it seems pretty attractive. The asthetics are pleasing, it seems to include all the features I use except for inserting a link from Safari (like Twitterific does). It appears to display feeds much faster than Twitterific as […]

Voice search with google

The google app on iPhone has received a new feature: the ability to perform a search based on what you tell it. Simply open google on your iPhone, and as the animated graphic instructs you to do, raise the phone to your ear as if talking to someone, and after you hear the tones, say […]

Tim Robbins, idiot

The actor stirred the pot on election day when he couldn’t vote at his usual location. He went so far as to get a court order to “pull the lever.” The voting board has responded. Dude moved to another location in 2004, hence his poll location changed. It was never caught sooner because he hasn’t […]