Posted by Michael Swanberg on September 04, 2008
Okay, some time ago I posted an entry about what MP3 player to get. There was some flak about my ideas on ripping music to place on your MP3 player, so I thought I would make an attempt at the end-all-be-all rip guide.
Posted by Michael Swanberg on April 23, 2008
To those that said such things couldn't or wouldn't happen, here's some back up of my point.
Posted by Michael Swanberg on July 19, 2007
Over the course of my geek life, I have collected and used many gadgets. Some have been good and some have been bad. To shed light on what makes a gadget good in the eyes of a geek, I give you "The 10 Commandments of Geek Gadgetry."
Posted by Michael Swanberg on May 15, 2007
Why can't anyone come up with a decent iPod interface for cars?
Posted by Michael Swanberg on May 11, 2007
I believe I have found my next car. The Acura RDX! And for all the geek reasons!
Posted by Sunil Setty on May 09, 2007
I admit, I am a little late to the whole MP3, portable music Era. I did try an iPod a few years back with mixed success before the device imploded. Since then I’ve relied on that horrible Sony ATRAC SonicStage CD system for my music listening, and if you too use that same system then you know the frustration.
Posted by Michael Swanberg on March 28, 2007
Is the music industry dying? Is piracy killing it?
Posted by Michael Swanberg on February 07, 2007
Steve Jobs recently posted an online open letter regarding DRM that was very interesting. What is DRM and why doesn't it work?
Posted by Michael Swanberg on January 09, 2007
Okay, now that you have a good understanding of XML and RSS, it is time to discuss how these technologies are brought together to make a podcast.
Posted by Michael Swanberg on January 08, 2007
Many of you are wondering what this podcasting thing is. Here's a brief primer on what it is and how to catch the wave.