Monthly Archives: May 2008

iTunes and Last.FM – Getting The Best of Both Worlds with iScrobbler

There are some great iTunes controllers out there. There’s Coversutra, Gimme Some Tune, SizzlingKeys, and even Quicksilver. A lot of these controllers even have Last.FM integration and will scrobble your tunes for you without any extra software. That’s great because … Continue reading

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Propellerhead’s Electric Bass Refill and Site Update

Propellerhead Software announced the Electric Bass Refill for Reason. The Reason Electric Bass ReFill puts eight fully playable electric bass guitars into your Reason rack. Featuring selectable basses and bass rigs plus a wide selection of music style patches, this … Continue reading

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Powerpoint Encourages Bad Presentations

As I become interested in presenting I find myself fascinated with a growing industry of resources to help people become good presenters, namely to help them break the behaviors they learned from the tools and software they use. There are … Continue reading

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DreamOn Pro – A Reason-influenced Shmapple Product

If you’re a fan of the Schmapple Store then you want to check out their new software synth: DreamOn Pro. Kill hours and hours of your free time believing that a single piece of good-looking software is your key to … Continue reading

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What do Rick Astley and Chrono Trigger have in common?

I think I’m about 10 years late on this, BUT… There’s no denying that Chrono Trigger has one of the best soundtracks of 90s videogames, but did you ever think of what some of your favorite videogame music gets influenced … Continue reading

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id-EEEots

There’s this new web identification service floating around right now called Ning. They want you to get a Ning ID to tie together all the social networks that you probably aren’t using. Check out the graphic for the Ning ID … Continue reading

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Yeah, that’s nice, but how about you do Ghostbusters instead?

Gametrailers takes a look at the Ghostbusters videogame coming out, and the first part of the interview with the developer is kind of depressing: Interviewer: How did this dream project come about? Developing company president: Well, it’s an interesting story. … Continue reading

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You Need To Grab the Tim and Eric Music

Wow. If you’ve ever seen Tim and Eric then you know a big part of the show is the songs made up of Apple loops. Cartoon Network has a digital (only?) release of 49 tracks from Tim and Eric Aweseme … Continue reading

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Pownce vs. Twitter

After using Pownce and Twitter for a while I’ve come to this conclusion that you don’t have to scroll all the way down to the bottom for. I like Pownce better. Thing is, like every social network, it doesn’t really … Continue reading

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April 2008 Posts Roundup

From the past month: Powerbook G4 = Still Dead Maneasy Lover – Phil Collins vs Nelly Furtado 48 Hours with the Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 5000 Deceitful Clicking and Taking Advantage of Standard Conventions How I Wish Leopard’s Quick Look … Continue reading

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