June 2011 - Posts

How to Remove Duplicate Contacts and Calendar Events from your iPhone when using MobileMe
Thursday, June 23, 2011 2:01 PM


I'm not sure if this is going to be a problem for much longer, but when you use MobileMe you run into the issue of syncing duplicate copies of both your contacts and calendars. Perhaps the issue will continue when iCloud takes over this function and MobileMe ceases to exist. What makes things worse is iCal wants to add MobileMe as another calendar giving me a grand total of 3 copies of the same calendar on my iPhone. Three times the alarms just get annoying.

The solution is really simple actually and I feel a little dumb I didn't fix it sooner. You see MobileMe syncs your contacts and calendars for you so when you also sync them with iTunes you get duplicate copies. So all you have to do is connect your iPhone to your computer, click the iPhone in iTunes, select the "info" tab in the sync menu, and uncheck the Sync contacts and calendar boxes. This should solve your problem.    

iTunes, for whatever reason, knows you have MobileMe but doesn't do anything to prevent you from syncing duplicate copies of your contacts and calendars again other than small warning below the sync boxes. Since iCal wants you to install the MobileMe calendar as a separate calendar in iCal I deleted my other calendars and just use the MobileMe version on all devices. This prevents me from getting duplicate alerts on all my devices.

It should be interesting to see how iCloud handles all this, but for now this is the best way to get control over your contacts and calendars.
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Netflix Lets you Manually Select Instant Watch Streaming Quality
Thursday, June 23, 2011 12:54 PM


Netflix instant watch has become insanely popular. It's responsible for more than 20% of internet traffic during high internet volume times. That's a crazy amount of data and ISPs don't seems to like that. Comcast in particular has made it know that they don't like how much Netflix pulls on their network. Many ISPs, including AT&T and Comcast, now impose data caps on their networks. AT&T DSL has a 150GB/month limit with their UVerse offering imposing a 250GB/Month limit. Comcast caps their internet at 250gb/month as well.

So Netflix recognizing that over 50% of internet users are under some kind of data cap now allows you to lower the streaming quality of it's movies. Before this feature the streaming quality depended on how fast your internet was, but now you can throttle it to prevent yourself from using all your bandwidth before the month is out. Below is a grid that shows how many hours or movies you could watch given the quality level and data caps for AT&T and Comcast. I assumed movies were 2 hours in length and that you didn't do anything else on the internet.

As you can see you can still watch a lot of movies given the lowest data cap and the highest quality, but remember that's assuming Netflix is the only thing you do on the internet every month. You can see that as data caps start to lower this could become a real problem. Canada has data caps as low as 2GB/month which you should hit every month and if you don't you're probably doing it wrong.

It's interesting that Netflix isn't advertising this new feature, but I guess they have their reasons. I think they have been doing this in Canada for some time considering what they have to put up with as far as internet data caps are concerned. You can edit the settings in the “Manage Video Quality” section of your account settings.
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1-Bit Ninja - iPhone Game that's part Mario and Part Paper Mario
Wednesday, June 22, 2011 3:26 PM


1-Bit Ninja is an iPhone game that is slated to be released tomorrow, Thursday, June 23. The game has gameboy like graphics with a cool mashup of classic Mario and Paper Mario with it's cool 3D twist. The game features really simple 2 button touch controls and featuring 4 worlds, 20 levels, and over 100 challenges. There is a cool 3D mode which is unlockable with Hiscores and best time score boards. You can even save and re-watch full replays of your games.

The 3D element in the game helps you discover hidden pathways throughout the levels that you just can't see if you're looking straight on. The controls are very simple, touching the bottom left corner of the screen move the character left and right while the other corner makes him jump.

The levels are timed so you have to complete them in the allotted time. This turns most level into a mad dash for the finish line if you go too slowly. You can play with a limited number of lives, but the game also has a mode that allows you to play with infinite lives taking the pressure off to complete the level without dying too many times.

This game looks like a lot of fun. The game is set to be released tomorrow, Thurday, June 23 for $1.99. So come tomorrow go and pick it up and tell me what you think.

Update 06-23-2011 12:56

1-bit Ninja now in App Store - Here's the link 1-bit Ninja

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PogoPlug - Turns your Computer into a Personal Cloud Server
Wednesday, June 22, 2011 1:39 PM


PogoPlug is software that allows you to turn your Windows, Mac, and Linux computer into your own personal cloud server. It basically turns your computers into a NAS unit, network accessible storage, that allows you to view and share files from one computer to another as well as mobile devices.

PogoPlug also has a standalone hardware unit, but they had a little problem with it going up in flames. The software version however has just been updated and is better than ever.

The application is simple. You install it on every computer you want access to and the software does the rest. You can then access your files, photos, music, and video from any web browser, computer, and mobile device. One of the unique new features is the OneView mode which allows you to view all connected drives separately or compiled together. You can share files with other Pogoplug users as well as share printers.

The application has two versions, a free version and a premium version. The free version only allows you access to your files and pictures on all devices. The premium version costs you a one time $29 fee that allows you to install it on as many devices as you like and includes music, video streaming, and other premium features.

The application does a lot giving you access to just about everything on any of your computers. The web and iPhone applications need a better interface but as the software develops and changes I'm sure that's on their list.

PogoPlug

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iPhone 5 Rumors Claim September Release Date
Wednesday, June 22, 2011 11:40 AM


Today rumors of the new iPhone 5 release are flying everywhere. Bloomberg is reporting that according to their sources the new iPhone 5 will be released this coming September which aligns with early guess as to the devices release. Bloomberg is also saying that the new iPhone will have a 8-Megapixel camera, up from 5-Megapixels in the iPhone 4, and the A5 processor, the same one in the iPad 2. The sources also mention that Apple is testing an iPad with a high resolution screen similar to the one on the current iPhone 4.

This is really the first believable rumor that the iPhone is indeed coming out this Fall. When it was discovered that the iPhone 5 wasn't coming this June at the WWDC 2011 many people thought the fall would be the next best guess since it's in Apple's first quarter of 2012. Some people are saying that the iPhone 5 was pushed back to coincide with the new iOS 5, which Apple has already said was coming out this fall.

All of this makes sense and I hope it's true. The new iPhone is rumored to have a completely new body design, with some saying it's going to have an edge to edge curved glass screen. We will just have to wait and see what happens, even though this release makes sense it wouldn't surprise me if we didn't see another iPhone until 2012.


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How to Put Your Old Xbox Hard Drive into the New Slim Xbox
Tuesday, June 21, 2011 5:01 PM


When you purchase the new Slim Xbox 360 you will discover, if you haven't already, that you can't just slap your old hard drive onto the new Xbox Slim because the hard drive no longer just sits right on top. What you may not realize it that you can take the old hard drive housing apart and remove the hard drive and plug it right into the hard drive bay on the new Xbox.

In a very un-Microsoft kind of way they decided not to change the contact configuration on the new Xboxes. This means you can literally take the hard drive out of it's housing and it fits the standard SATA data and power ports built into the slot. This means all those old Xbox hard drives selling around the internet will work for either the old and new. It also means your old Xbox hard drive is now usable in the new Xbox Slim. Great news!

However, there is a gap between the hard drive bay walls and your naked hard drive. This allows the hard drive to wiggle and the last thing you want is the hard drive to break loose from it's contacts. So you can fix this by doing one of two things, either wedge something in there so it doesn't move around, preferable something heat resistant, or buy a hard drive case for it which would be ideal. The guy that made the video below said he has ordered these from this site before and they work well.

I know I'm a little late on breaking this news. I think the news that you could do this broke like 10 months ago, but better late then never I guess. In most cases it's a win win, especially if you already have an old Xbox hard drive that would get thrown out or sold anyway. This also allows you to pickup old Xbox hard drives and put them into your slim which should also save you at least $50.


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URL Droplet - Send it URLs and it Uploads them to your Dropbox
Tuesday, June 21, 2011 3:43 PM


As I said in my previous post there are many awesome web apps for Dropbox that add some pretty clever features to the popular cloud storage application. This web app allows you to drop it some URLs to files and it will download and add them to your Dropbox.

Why would you want to do that? You can just download the files yourself and upload it to your Dropbox. The advantage is that it goes from sever to server, which means the connection is a lot faster, this means you can download and have the file in Dropbox a lot faster. You still have to download it from Dropbox but if the goal is to have it in Dropbox it's a lot faster.

URL Droplet is perfect for large files that take a long time to download that you are planning on sharing in your Dropbox. You just login with your Dropbox credentials allow the application access to your account. Then you just have to copy a direct link to a download you want uploaded, paste it into the box at the top, and hit save and your done. Many websites don't have a direct link to their download file so you can simple start the download, right click the file downloading, and select "Copy Direct Link." Most browse have a similar option in the download manager.

So there you have it. A fast way of uploading large downloads to Dropbox without having to download them first. Check it out.

URL Droplet

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Allow Other People to Securely Upload to your Dropbox
Tuesday, June 21, 2011 1:44 PM


When you use Dropbox it makes it easy to upload files and sync them with other computers as well as with friends and family. You can even share files with people who don't have Dropbox by giving them a public URL to files you wish to share. The one thing Dropbox doesn't allow users to do is allow non-Dropbox users to upload files to their Dropbox. For less tech savvy users creating a Dropbox account and connecting it to another user is out of the question. FileStork solves this issue by allowing Dropbox users to send file requests via email so anyone can upload files directly to your dropbox.

FileStork requires you to login to Dropbox and allow the application access to your account. Other than that FileStork doesn't require any more setup. Once logged in you can click the "Create New Request" button and select either "One-Time Request" or "Standalone Request". A one-time request is a single one-time request for files, but a standalone request allows you to setup multiple file requests set at an interval over a period of time. This comes in handy if you need a file sent to you every day, week, or month and don't want to create a new request for each one.

You fill out the form in either the "One-Time Request" or "Standalone Request" tab and click "Create Request." When you connect to your Dropbox account FileStork adds a folder named after itself. You can direct files to folders within the FileStork folder, which is an option in the form. Files sent to you will be in another folder by the sender's email address. You can also have FileStork send you an email that notifies you that the files have been sent.

Once you have sent the request you can manage your file request from the "Manage Request" option on the left of the page. This allows you view your current file requests and cancel them if you want.

FileStork is great for allowing people to upload large amounts of files directly to your Dropbox. This is yet another great web app for Dropbox and something I feel the service has been lacking. I can't tell you how many times I have tried to explain to people how to use Dropbox or other services this just makes things so much easier.

FileStork
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Spotify and Other Music Services Coming to Facebook (Rumor)
Monday, June 20, 2011 2:47 PM


There's a very likely rumor floating around that Spotify has struck a deal with Facebook to include it's music service into Facebook. The feature is rumored to be  announced at Facebook's annual "f8" conference in August. This is not the first time Spotify and Facebook has been part of a rumor but this time there are other music service that are rumored to be getting on the Facebook train as well.

Gigaom had the scoop on the whole situation and talked with some of the other music service rumored to be a part of the new Facebook Music feature. This is what Gigaom thinks the service will look and what features it will have, according to what was pitched by Facebook to other music services.

  • "In the left-hand column, right where Facebook lists Photos, Friends, Places, Groups, Deals, Pages, and Games, you will find a new tab called Music. This tab will show up if a user has listened to music with one of Facebook’s partner music services.Clicking on this new tab will open a page called Music Dashboard.
  • The Persistent Playback/Pause Button at the bottom of the Facebook page, where currently you have the chat icon. This button essentially is like a quick snapshot and controller of the music experience. Mouse over it and you can see what is playing on whatever service you might be logged into using Facebook Connect. It also allows you to play or pause a track once you discover it on Facebook. It is also linked to the play buttons in the news feed.
  • A page with snapshot of all the songs you have listened to on any specific service and also your top tracks and the number of times you have listened to those tracks.
  • The Music Dashboard will have the following features:
  • Music Notifications: here you have notifications that show if your friends have listened to songs recommended by you or on your profile.
  • Recommended Songs: You can get a list of songs heard and recommended by your friends. You can also play them back by clicking the play icon.
  • Top Songs from friends.
  • Top Albums from friends, with cover art.
  • Recent listens from your friends.
  • In the upper-right corner there will be a “happening now” ticker that shows what is happening in your social and musical universe, including songs that your friends are playing. There is some talk that this “Happening Now ticker” would show-up all throughout your music experience and not just on the music dashboard."

So there you have it, an outline of what Music will look like in Facebook. Having a music services in Facebook could be great for the social network and give music services more users and wider audience. Facebooks needs something like this. It's something they don't have and would make Facebook just that much more useful. It would also promote users staying on the site for extended periods of time which is I'm sure Facebook would be happy about.

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How to Barter Items Online
Monday, June 20, 2011 10:51 AM
Bartering is the lost art of trading goods and services for other goods and services. The best part about it is people don't see always see what they have as having value, while they see what others have as having a lot of value. So many times you can get someone to trade you something that's a higher value then the item you are offering. There are several ways to barter online here are just a few.


Craigslist
Craigslist is usually my go to spot for trading things online. The reason is you can actually meet with these people and inspect the items so there is no surprise and no shipping wait time. I hate waiting weeks for an item only to discover it's not what I had expected. To search Craigslist's barter section just go their website and choose barter under the For Sale column.


Swap
swap is a well designed website that concentrates on Books, Movies, Music, and Games. You create a have list and a want list and the website matches your 'wants' and 'haves' with other users. You can make an offer on one more products and the owner can either accept or reject your offer. If they accept you both send each other the items. Each user has a profile and feedback from past sales much like Ebay. So bad users get poor feedback and Good users get rewarded with positive feedback. A familiar system that seems to work pretty well. You can of course search and find items you want outside of the matching process.

Swap also offers to purchase items not sent by it's users at the users expense, which I assume is in the user agreement and requires a credit card on file. It's an interesting feature and would make me feel better about use the service.


BarterQuest
BarterQuest is much like swap except it you can trade goods, services, and even real estate. You make a list of things you want and things have and, just like swap, it automatically matches you to people who have or want those items. BarterQuest also has a point system that allows you to sweeten a deal by adding points that can be used to buy and sell items on BarterQuest.

All of these are great free solutions to trading or bartering your new and used items. It can really save you money, it's fun to boot. There are some great deals out there you just been to be there to find them.
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ICANN Voted to Allow Generic Domain Extensions
Monday, June 20, 2011 9:10 AM


For years now there have only been a handful of extensions approved by the ICANN, Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers. Yesterday, in Singapore, they put to a vote a proposal that would allow the sale of top-level domain names like .com, .org, etc. So corporations and businesses could purchase a custom domain extension for themselves and sell of domains as they see fit. The vote passed as many assumed it would.

Of course these top level domains are going to cost you more than $6.95 a year to own. The application to own a top-level domain will cost $185,000 alone and when you win a domain you will have to shell out up $25,000 annually to keep it.

This is awesome because I feel there is a lack of description in our current domains. Domains like .gov and .edu tell you that it's a school or government website, but others tend not to mean a whole lot. Because of this new rule we could have domains like .code, .sports, .apple .mac, .programming, and others that at least help describe what kind of site you are on just by the URL.

It should be interesting to see corporations fight over who gets to own big domains likes .news or .phones or other domains that several companies might like to own for themselves. I'm sure there will be quite a dispute over who will get to control these domains but that's half the fun of the internet. 
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Copious - Buy and Sell Products from People who aren't Anonymous
Thursday, June 16, 2011 2:45 PM


When you buy something on eBay the only way you know you aren't going to get ripped off is a seller's feedback and comments left by other users. You don't know who they are or what kind of person they are, all you know is some other anonymous person thought they were a good seller. Well Copious has set out to change that. They want users to buy and sell products to and from real people that you know something about.

You see their website requires you to login with Facebook. So buyers and sellers can connect with each other letting each see how many friends they have and even if they have friends in common. This doesn't seem like a big deal, but it gives the buyer and seller a little confidence that if something was to go wrong they could get a hold of each other. It also prevents buyers and sellers from creating throwaway accounts to sell bogus items. If someone has over 250 friends on Facebook they are most likely a real person and not a scammer.

Other than providing a seller's Facebook profile Copious users can also connect their Twitter account and add links to their blogs or related websites, which can give insight into the kind of person they are. Any information available on a seller will build the buyers confidence and allow them to make a purchase confidently. Another advantage Copious has over eBay is they don't charge a 10% fee for posting items. It also offers an escrow like feature that holds a buyers money until the buyer receives and is satisfied with the purchase. Sellers can also offer deals on products if users push out links to their Facebook and Twitter accounts, which I thought was clever and a nice way to advertise items.

The service can't help but be succeed given they have a large collection of seller and people to purchase their items. Because they are just starting out they don't have that yet, but as the service gets more and more attention that will change. It will be interesting to see if the service gains the attention of the Etsy, eBay, and Craigslist users something I'm sure Copious wants and needs to do.

Give the service a try and keep an eye on it as it grows.

Copious

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Free-Time - Helps you Discover and Share your Free Time
Thursday, June 16, 2011 1:21 PM


With how busy we all are now-a-days it can be difficult to discover times at which we can hang out with friends and family. That's why we have calendars and planners to help remind us of obligations so we know if we are going to be available for a specific activities or event. Free Time takes it one step further by taking your sleep, meal, and work habits as well as your calendar into consideration to discover and share your free time.

Free-Time starts by asking you what time you wake up, your work schedule, and what time you go to bed. You then are asked when you typically eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner. All these help illuminate those times you will be busy by default pretty much every day. Free-Time them takes into consideration your synced calendars to discover appointments and other activities that take up your free time from day to day.

So next time someone asks if you have time to do something you can open up Free-Time and see exactly what times you are available on that given day. You can even select blocks of free time and share it via SMS, Email and with other Free-Time users. To share your free time with other Free-Time user you can simply launch the app on both phone and bump them together. This shares the time you and you're friends are both available at the same time making finding a good time a snap.

The app itself is free but in order to share your free time using SMS, Email, or with other users you have to buy the $.99 premium user account via in-app purchase. I think this app is very interesting and a great idea. It's executed very well and is very handy for people who keep a strict calendar and have a lot going on. Give it a try and see for yourself.

Free-Time  
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Facebook's Instagram/Path Photo Sharing App Leaks
Thursday, June 16, 2011 11:54 AM


Facebook apparently has been working on a photo sharing app for some time now. Photos and files somehow found their way into the hands of Techcrunch and others who were more than happy to published them. The photo sharing application seems to be a combination of Instagram and Path as well as the Path side project With.

Facebook being the biggest player in the photo sharing market wants to keep it that way. They seem to be developing an app that is either part of the Facebook app or something separate all together. There is also talks that Apple may be working with Facebook to integrate like they did with Twitter.

The application seem to allow users to take photos and view them in a stream, kind of like Instagram. You can tag people in the photos as well as add them to events. Other people may or may not be able to app photos to that event if they are also at the same event. This is kind of like the functionality in the app Color. The app clearly shows that you can take several pictures at once and share them on Facebook which would be nice. I didn't see it in the photos, but apparently they have added filters as well that allow you to spice up your photos before posting.

I find all this to be not all that surprising. Facebook has already set out to out Twitter the Twitter and out Foursquare the Foursquare so it's no wonder they are trying to put out an app that is a mashup of all the popular photo sharing apps. They are gaining ground quickly and I think Facebook is a little intimidated by that.

Facebook Photo Sharing App leaked 
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13 Arrested For Feeding Hungry in Orlando - Thoughts?
Wednesday, June 15, 2011 2:21 PM

A group called "Food Not Bombs" serves two vegan/vegetarian meals in the Lake Eola Park in Downtown Orlando FL every week. They server breakfast on Mondays and Dinner on Wednesdays. The city of Orlando passed a controversial city ordinance that prohibits sharing food with large groups in a downtown city park more than twice a year. This ordinance was, of course, meant just for the "Food Not Bombs" group that did it twice a week. The group had been fighting the ordinance but lost a legal appeal in April. So they decided to keep serving the homeless and the hungry dispute the fact the ordinance could now be enforced. So far, according to the "Food Not Bombs" website, 13 have been arrest for feeding the homeless and the hungry in the park.

So My question to you is, is this the right plan of action? Should the Food not Bombs group continue on this Rosa Parks like path and just keep getting arrested until the government or the people do something about it? Or do you think they are going about it all wrong by getting arrested instead of trying to figure out a way to feed the homeless without legal problems?

I don't like unjust laws as much as the next guy. I think the ordinance is designed simply to put the undesirables of the city far away from it's parks and downtown. Is that right? No it's not, but getting arrested over and over isn't going to feed more people. Are they setting out to feed hungry people or fight stupid laws that the government puts in place to drive homeless people out of their city? Maybe you get arrested once to prove your point, but after a while the media will stop paying attention and it will be all for nothing. Do you know what's on the main page of the Orlando Sentinal right now? 5 get arrested for feeding the homeless? No, Disney raising ticket prices for second time in less than a year, it seems the media already doesn't care. 

Personally I think they should find a place near by that they can legally give food out and fight the ordinance in any way they can. I think they have made their point by getting arrested and getting the attention of the media, but at what point do you say enough? Right now they are asking for volunteers to get arrested in the Lake Eola Park. Is that right? Lets hear it in the comments.


 
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