So I’m sick of passwords. I’m sick of every single site I visit asking me to create a new password. And I’m definitely tired of the varying rules on what my login and password can be.
Some want your email, some want you to select a user name. Some passwords can be alphanumeric only, some must contain at least 8 characters, some don’t allow the use of ASCII symbols like ‘#’ and ‘&’.
It’s, quite frankly, a mess. Read more…
Netflix seems to be updating its interface on the new Xbox LIVE update coming tomorrow. Why I think this is significant is that it finally adds the ability to browse titles and add them to your queue sans PC… Currently, you have to leave the Xbox 360, pull up your desktop/laptop and add new titles to your queue. The Netflix interface on all current BD players, televisions and the Xbox 360 only allow you to watch the current queue. Read more…
We want your feedback!
The NEW Audioholics 3.0 website is deploying at the end of the month. We don’t want to link it up directly, but users can get a sneak peek at http://beta.audioholics.com:90
We’re interested in bug reports, not feature requests. Please post your bugs here.
Hint: If your post begins with then we will probably delete or ignore the post. We’ll have plenty of time for feature requests later – for now, however, please focus on letting us know if anything actually breaks. “It would be really cool if…”
Keep in mind that the system may be a tad slow as it’s being worked on and is not on the final hardware where it will reside.
We look forward to your feedback. Thanks and enjoy the sneak peek!
Instead of getting you a Christmas podcast this year, we decided to get you this… ah… Christmas post to let you know how much we love you and wish you a Merry Christmas.
OK, ok… My PC decided to corrupt the raid drives and that takes about 1-2 hours to remedy… This completely obliterated the window Dina and I had for doing the podcast this week… so instead, we’ll do some…
In any rate I thought I would answer some questions that came in to us via email. First, Jonathan from New York asked us the following: Read more…
As always, the road to CEDIA is paved with phone calls. Lots of them. You can tell the competency of the PR company by how soon they begin sending product info and inquiring about booth appointments of those going to the show. The good companies (there are only a few of these) prep early and dribble email-based news and phone calls weeks before the show.
The companies staffed with morons who wouldn’t know how to promote a pile of poo to a fly colony, start calling and emailing about 7 days before the event.
This happens every year. Like clockwork. Read more…