Miro player (formerly Democracy) is an internet TV application that works on a subscribe and download model. Some would call it a podcatcher. Others would say it's ready to leave the other podcatchers in the dust.
"Some conference that wants to sell me stuff" has a webcasted talk by David Temkin, Founder and CTO of the Laszlo corporation. For a majority of the time, he talks about why they chose to develop the Laszlo Webtop. It is a philosophy, and like all great arguments in computing, it comes down to philosophy, not technology.
I wonder how easy it is to blog from my new toy... The "killer apps" on this thing are really Skype, IM and musc/movies, but the web browsing was very necessary. Without it, something would be missing. The keys are relly too small for anything more than a quick text, but cest la vie.
I have to push <func> + enter to make a new line... who knew? You also learn the valuue of punctuation and the 102-key qwerty keyboard when you have them taken from you!
Somebody was surfing the boards and user profiles over at Meetup.com looking for go-getters to invite to a seminar about 'monopoly' this weekend in Orlando. The link in my email pointed to a page on Maxcast.com.
I also hope Will doesn't mind my saying that he's going to send me a Flock t-shirt for my trouble.