iTunes is the most popular digital media player application for both Windows XP / Vista and for the Mac. It is used for playing and organizing digital music and video files. It also acts as an interface to manage the contents of iPods as well as the iPhone. iTunes can also connect to the iTunes Store via the Internet to purchase and download music, music videos, television shows, iPod games, audiobooks, various podcasts.
Free iPod, free iTunes Gift Card, free PSP, free Xbox, really! Let's get this straight, free means you don't have to exchange money for the items I just mentioned but you will have to exchange something. So how do these schemes work. Companies such as Rewards1, giftmonkey.com, and the like have deals with other companies such as credit card companies or cell phone carriers. So they get paid when you sign up for these services then if all goes as planned you will receive the gift. But here's the problem with these kind of offers:
The most popular TV show in the world, Top Gear, is now available for download on iTunes music store. Join James May, Richard Hammond, and Jeremy Clarkson in Series 10 (the latest series as of Oct 2008) as they get up to their usual car stunts, homosexual jokes, nasty comments about environmentalists, cyclists and Germans and all the other guff that makes us love / hate them so much. You'll need a copy of the free iTunes application so if you don't have it get it here first then click the banner below: (Note: you will need a free iTunes store account, see details below banner on how to get one for free)
Let me start this article by pointing out the fact that all season tires are crap. Seems like every time my poor bastard friends head down to Big-O tires they get duped into buying this waste of wubber.
Due to the widespread use of Internet Explorer 6 and 7 I have a copy of XP home (SP3) running under Parallels on my trusty MBP. Switching back between the same web page on IE and Safari I couldn't help noticing how bad the fonts were in IE. Being a recovering Windows user from years ago I did have "Clear Type" option turned on but fonts in IE still look somewhat jagged and light. After some poking around on the Interwebs I came across the Microsoft's Clear Type Power Toys Tool.
Who was Saleman Abdirahman Dirie? His body was found in a Denver Hotel on Aug 13th with a pound of Cyanide. Is the timing of this even in relation to the upcoming DNC purely coincidental? A blog posting found here from someone of the same name shed some more light on this mystery man and possible sinister plot perhaps?
Blog posting and response
Tis been a little warm lately, here are some stats from a blogger who blogs about Denver Weather on WeatherUnderGround.com:
(streaks of 2 weeks or longer)
21 DAYS JULY 13-AUGUST 2, 2008 ***NEW RECORD***
18 days July 1-18, 1874
18 days July 6-23, 1901
17 days June 29-July 15, 2000
16 days July 18-August 2, 1987
15 days July 7-21, 1934
Longest 100+ streaks in Denver: