Posts Tagged ‘itunes’

Apple is to damn sexy

Yes, I know, I’m a Mac nut. My favorite OS is Mac OS X, I dream of the G5 at night. The dual processor G5 is hot (in more ways than one)… But Apple just made my day. The AirPort Express is just what I’ve been wanting. I could see a few uses for me: […]

Some people are more intelligent after life

And here’s a great example of that theory. Yea right. Voluntary Collective Licensing VCL is about as legitimate as the “Universal language” many Linguist experts have been working towards for generations. It’s a system that will never work because it’s fundamentally flawed. What makes it so moronic is that people know it’s flawed, and they […]

Apple should cobrand iTunes

Lets look at iTunes, and what it offers right now: MP3/ACC Player Media Organizer Media Player (it comes with QuickTime) Music Store It also comes in at aprox. 19MB’s, free from Apple’s iTunes website. I’ll call it “a rather robust application”. Sounds fair? Now here’s my theory: People like Music. People like simplicity. People like […]

Apple launches iPod site

It’s been noted that Apple launched an iPod site, around the web. Yes, it is an Apple Website: Uses Apple DNS Resolves to Apple IP Address (Powered by OS X) Apple tagline on bottom What more proof is needed? I’m going to venture a guess, and say it’s going to be part of a marketing […]

iTunes for Windows

Among other announcements, Apple released iTunes for Windows. I’ve given it a bit of a test drive too see how it is. Despite Steve Jobs claim that it’s the “whole thing”, IMHO it’s not as good as the Mac version: Visualizer is lame compared to the diversity in the Mac version. iPodService.exe service hanging around […]

Apple Lawsuit

Looks like Apple and the Beatles are at it again. /. Has the story as usual. Sidenote: What would I do without /.?

iTunes for Windows

Looks like Apple still plans to release iTunes for Windows by the end of the year. Not bad. I would have thought it slipped to early next year. I’m still wondering what the UI will be like. A smoother OS X like port… or a Windows implementation of the Apple Service?