If you’re not in the know enough to find torrents of first run movies, you’ve probably been wondering what people do with Portable Media Payers. Wonder no longer - Microsoft has launched their video download service. MSN Video download generically claims to offer the latest news, sports, and entertainment for $19.95, all you […]
Archive for March, 2005
This is pretty cool. Kastner has created some code which queries Flickr some text that you input and gets you images of that text as the output. Don’t be shy. Try it out, here.
While I have yet to see it myself, the TiVo Community Forums are buzzing with chatter that TiVo has begun implementing the Ads on Fast Forward program which overlays an advertisement on your television as you fast forward through commercials. These advertisements are TiVo’s latest strategy to turning a profit, something the company has […]
A reader over at PSP-Vault has figured out a way to use standard sized Memory Sticks with his Sony PSP. It isn’t pretty, but by using a $30 Memory Stick Expansion Jacket originally intended for the Sony Ericsson P800, it can be done.
Read the complete How To here: PSP-Vault.com
How To Get eBooks on your […]
Once again, DRM-evading Jon Lech Johnasen has thwarted Stevie and Apple. “DVD Jon” has, this time, created PyMusique, a “fair interface to the iTunes music store.” Apparently iTunes does not encrypt a song, until the download takes place. This allows for PyMusique to sneak between your transaction and iTunes enabling a DRM-free […]