Since I first wrote about it a month ago, TivoDecode Manager has come a long way. The simple OS X application lets Mac users transfer Tivo programs to their computers – a Tivo feature called TivoToGo which has been available to Windows users for over a year. The latest version makes several user interface and […]
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With New Year’s weekend upon us, it’s time to remind everyone about the little iPod add-on that no self-respectiong podophile should be caught at a party without: iPod Bartender. iPod Bartender is a free database of 230 cocktail recipes which can be easily dropped into your iPod “Notes” folder and viewed on the screen. The […]
Yes, I was happy that Nike (finally) released desktop widgets for tracking Nike+iPod workouts and challenge stats, but honestly, no one but me ever sees my desktop. I can’t for the life of me figure out why there isn’t an official Nike+ plugin or widget for popular blogging platforms. The Nike+iPod Sport Kit seems to […]
When Apple originally released their Reset Utility for the first-generation iPod shuffles a few months ago, it literally brought my shuffle back from the dead. My computers had stopped recognizing the shuffle for more than a few seconds at a time, which meant that I could no longer sync it to my iTunes library or […]
As I’ve mentioned a couple of times on this blog, I’m a big fan of David Allen’s personal productivity book Getting Things Done (GTD). It’s a complete system for capturing and keeping track of all the “to dos” in your life that are competing for your attention. For those of us who are somewhat less […]