iPod My Photo

07 Dec
December 7, 2004

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For a second there we thought this was gonna be some slickster offering to hack your old iPod into an iPod photo,
but the folks behind iPod My Photo have stumbled onto something even more sueworthy (at least if you happen to be one
of Apple’s lawyers): send them in a photo and for twenty bucks, pick the background color and caption, and they’ll
photoshop it or something or other to make it look like one of those iconic, ubiquitous iPod advertisements. They’ll
even draw in an iPod if there isn’t one in the picture already. They should be getting a cease & desist
right…about…now.

Originally posted by Peter Rojas from Engadget

Sing it, Sister

07 Dec
December 7, 2004

Has anyone come across this yet? I love the concept, but they need a lot more word/song submissions. Let’s help them!

For my own name, I suggested the famous Starship melody that has haunted me since 6th grade. Storms are brewing in my eyes.

Thanks to Dionel for the link!

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Originally posted by sarah lane from sarah. word.

I Can Almost See Mickey

07 Dec
December 7, 2004

Yes, I do believe I see him! He’s right next to the groping Tigger.

Super high-res aerial photos of Disneyland created by stitching together 150 separate images.

It looks like the full-res image is broken, but the Zoomify version works.

It’s almost like being there.

To get the full effect, turn up the heater on full blast. Then ask everyone in your household to stand in a line in front of your computer with you in the back. After about an hour, step to the front of the line and look at the glorious high-res picture of Disneyland for about 45 seconds. Then queue up again and repeat. It also wouldn’t hurt to wear Mickey Mouse ears.

Link

Originally from Alice and Bill.com


I found Mickey!

Originally from plastic bugs

A trip down memory lane…

06 Dec
December 6, 2004

Sundays are a great day to take out the vintage Model-T for a spin (I’m guessing here) or why not browse your way down memory lane with a look back at old computers. Especially after IBM’s…

Vintage Computer

Originally posted by Alice Hill from Alice and Bill.com

Telemarketers & Cell Phones

03 Dec
December 3, 2004

cell phone imageIn a few weeks, cell phones numbers numbers are being released to telemarketing companies and you will start to receive sales calls. Doesn’t that suck with a capitol “S”!!! If you do not wish to receive these calls, call 1-888-382-1222 from your cell phone. It is the national Do Not Call list. This will block your number for 5 years. You can also check out the national Do Not Call Registry online.