(or "the return of the links", but under disguise)
- The Treo 650. At last, a Palm phone I can't scoff at.
- How to be utterly clueless about what mobile users want. 'nuff said.
- Shriek of the banshee or how to really let people know you're out of battery.
- Playing the standards game. I'll have to look into JSR 248 and 249 better, but it's interesting that it took people this long to realise MIDP alone doesn't cut it. Perhaps it was simply a matter of weight.
- Cameraphones as mirrors on steroids. Women, and their unbound creativity for using technology as a means to look better. Don't get me wrong, but this is the sort of thing males harp on to no end...
- Verizon does WiMax. With Alvarion, no less. Gotta follow up on this one later.
- Microsoft launches Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005. People barely notice it.
- MIDI to audio conversion with iTunes. Always a neat trick, especially if (like me) you have oodles of MIDI files from the classical Music Archives before they became stingy with their bandwidth.
- The Nokia/9300 has been leaked. Or, rather, the fact that it actually exists. As always, rumor is far behind the truth - it doesn't look anything like that.
- Organizr. Pretty much like what I'd have liked to do for my photo album. Hmmm. I feel some DHTML coming on...
- Enlightenment lives. As if we cared, in this post-X world...
Update: Considering I just got to the Covenant bridge, I found this to be oddly amusing:
I don't think they have Quake in there.