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The Age of Egocasting by Christine Rosen Are we becoming numbly addicted to the technologies we love? Are Media Moguls manipulating our need for control to subtlely pursue profit motives while giving us more of what we want? Are we narrowing the content of the media we consume so much that we become intolerant of […]

February 21, 2005

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From wired.com: iPodLounge Drunk with Success From one-man show to overwhelming success. Read about it here. New Tech, Old Tech–Gadgets in Rotation New Acquisitions: JBL OnTour portable speaker box, agent18.com ClickShield 20GB, iPod Shuffle 512 MB, Shure E2c Sound Isolating Earphones General Computing: Kensington PocketMouse Optical Wireless Mini Good Riddance: Returned to Store–Marware SportSuit Basic […]

February 11, 2005

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Napster To Go versus iTunes Point (Why Napster will be a fully-integrated flop) and counterpoint (Napster To Go a Tough Sell? I Think Not). It’s the classic debate–rent or own. Even though downloaded digital music purchased online lacks tangible media, I prefer owning the music electronically rather than paying continuous fees for access rights. Renting […]

February 7, 2005

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No WiPhishing Allowed Just when you thought life was great while wirelessly high-speed surfing from your laptop at Starbuck’s, Dave’s iPAQ carried this warning about WiPhishing from Cirond Corporation. I’ve Given up on Pocketblog What I thought was the answer to my remote blogging dreams wound up being a little too unpredictable for my tastes. […]

February 5, 2005