A long time ago I got a home stereo with everything at the time. Cassette player, CD player, digital radio etc. For a while it was running pretty well. Then after a while one cassette player started to malfunction, then the second and then the cd player.
At the end of the day I only had radio, and that too when it was not under repair.
Now when I see multifunction devices everywhere it freaks me out.
Lets say you buy a cool mobile phone with everything and the camera on it breaks. Would you take it to repair? Meanwhile how do you make calls?
In my last office we had a multifunction printer, the fax on it never worked right. If they sent it to repair how do we print stuff? So the fax bit never got fixed.
I bought this fancy DLINK wireless router for my current workplace. The wifi drops off from time to time, but I can’t go replace it since we’ll loose half a day of work. So we plug a network cable and work.
It is just me or is this a common experience?
Check out YouTube on your phone at http://m.youtube.com/.
They do warn you about the potential smack-you-silly data bill before going to the site, which is cool.
Here’s hoping one day local mobile data rates would be fast enough and cheap enough to surf sites like this.
Until then my Nokia N80 over WiFi over ADSL will have to do.
Via Download Squad.
Now you get a ‘Offline’ link on the top right hand side of Google Reader. You need to install Google Gears which enables you to write offline web applications.
Once the Google Gears Firefox extension is installed you can click the green down arrow to download about 2000 article headings to read offline.
When you are back online you can click the blue top arrow to sync your marked/read articles back to the service.
Applications like Google Gears will enable the last step for web applications to cross over to the desktop.
Google Music Trends. Found by accident. Looks interesting.
Every once in a while I feel a drag when driving. Most of the time it was tire pressure. The Zen is supposed to have something like 27 psi but when it goes down to even 25 I feel the drag. The problem is the pressure drops every 2 weeks or so.
Any advice than check the tire pressure every week?