Monthly Archives: June 2005

More on iTunes 4.9 – New Podcasts to Your iPod Shuffle

[Updated 2005-Jul-01] To fill the shuffle with the latest podcasts based on what I discovered and posted previously: 1. Create a Podcast play list 2. Select all of or just the desired podcasts in the Podcasts Library (that is the … Continue reading

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iTunes 4.9 with Podcasting — Initial Critique — More…

I remember why the podcasts magically appeared in the Main Library. Late last night, I manually grabbed all of the podcasts from the Podcasts Library into a play list. That, effectively, moved them to the Main Library.

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iTunes 4.9 with Podcasting — Initial Critique

I have been using iTunes 4.9 for the last day and find it a very nice looking product. The best feature is the iTunes Music Store which facilitates easy subscription management. However, iTunes 4.9 does manage podcasts with the iPod … Continue reading

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Outdoor Newswire

I have been looking for a news feed that is strictly news that covers outdoor activities such as hiking, climbing and cycling. I was looking for coverage of cycling events and came across the Outdoor Newswire looks rather interesting. I’ve … Continue reading

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In Grand Rapids

I arrived in Grand Rapids last night, a day early. This was because Acton wanted us to be at the Airport by 3:00pm. The earliest flight got in at 8:30pm, hence the early arrival. When I got in, I posted … Continue reading

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Coding wherever I happen to be

Just to prove that I really do code wherever I happen to be, I was trying out some changes to the individual archives template in Moveable Type on the plane and from Atlanta Hartsfield Airport during the layover. I ran … Continue reading

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In Atlanta

[Corrected — sort of — it got posted out of sequence at a later date – I’ll guess at the time and date] I’m in Atlanta. With the delay my four hour layover became a three hour layover. Not much … Continue reading

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In-Flight Meals Aren’t What They Used to Be

The flight attendant came through with our in-flight meal snack packaged in a Mylar wrapper with the word, “enjoy!” printed in large blue friendly letters. In it are a tiny box of raisins, two Oreo cookies, two packages of “Pepperage … Continue reading

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Another Delay Flight

Looks like we have been delayed for an hour and a half. The airport broke their standard tow bar to push the 757 back. The pilot said that it looked like the Indy 500, but from what I recall, the … Continue reading

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Travelling to Acton Institute

I am at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank waiting to board my Delta flight to Grand Rapids, MI with a connection at Atlanta Hartsfield. Got through TSA smoothly. Heard a call for someone to return to return to the check … Continue reading

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