Mark and Wes in Orinda, CA at the Serika Japanese Restaurant.
Sites of Interest:
- Compact Disc turns 30.
- Remember the first CD Burners?
- The longevity of optical media.
- Audacity - an open source cross-platform audio editor.
- Wavosaur - a free audio editor for Windows that supports VST plugins.
- The Mentalists use iPhones as instruments; and another cellphone orchastra based at Stanford University.
- The latest iTouch models can now be jailbroken.
- History of WYSWYG.
- The LOGO programming Language.
- The Forth programming language.
- The Pentium Chronicles.
- We have mentioned the Will It Blend site before, but now there's Will it Fart?
- Pastor Gas.
- Kid uses a fart machine during a City Council meeting.
- Google will shortly have free phone services, so sign up for the waiting list. (If you have a Grand Central number, you can keep it and Google has probably already converted it to the new system.)
- Tellme has free voice phone services for the public.
Wes' iPhone Applications of the week:
- TextFree Unlimited - Buy this app and then send and receive unlimited free text messages from an iPod touch or iPhone to any US mobile phone. They have a free lite version of the app to check it out.
- Things - Todo manager that synchronizes with Things for Mac.
Mark's iPhone Applications of the week: