It's more of a Mac iTunes question and perhaps worth about $25 if answered properly.
For those of you not keeping up with my main blog - a self indulgent announcement.
Cool, but only until 1002freefonts.com trumps them.
Secrets posted on a group blog. Cool and sorta scary.
Currently showing fair use video snapshots and accompanied text.
Well this won't help the situation one bit.
Anil deconstructs a black hat spammers attempt at humor.
Attention Reporters: Use this tool to file your story about the latest car bombing in Iraq.
A tool to help people decide what movies to go see or rent. Feeds, Netflix and Dack Ragus are involved so of course it's cool.
They call it Open Access Internet TV. It looks like Tivo for BitTorrent.
That dogs eyes just aren't right, but I'll give their sofware a try regardless. [via JJG.net]
Crack the whip on yourself. Perhaps the TaDa list could integrate this too? [via 43 Folders]
An appropriate response to NO WMDs FOUND. Short of actually leaving Iraq of course.
They also do private lists. Nice work 37signals!
Prices will be $10 a GAME. Way to compete with AM radio Audible!
In which we (Google) propose a tag to help address the problem of comment spam.
To investigate - I've got some weird food allergies. I can't eat apples, carrots, and more. Wack.
An excellent revision to an already great piece of software.
Call all your friends and ask them if the chickens have large talons!
That's got to be bad for business.
Nice integration for Club Photo and Blogger users.
Macnews.de has the first alien dissection photos of the Mac mini. A mini marvel.
An F***ed Company for bloggers.
Great list of events for MacWorld SF. Don't forget to tip your waitress Ilene.
After the insurance companies kick in their share it amounts to 1.8M per company director.
Hoder reports Blogger, Blog*Spot, Y! Mail, Orkut and other services are being blocked in Iran.
Not a rumor any longer. So technically this isn't a double post.
Thank you, Jon Stewart! [via Fury.com]
a directory of nice colors
Let me be the first to ask the question, will it be TypeJournal or LivePad?
It's a little kludgey and doesn't work for Macs yet. I still have to applaud a step in the right direction though.