Today’s Tweets 03-13-09

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  • 08:36 Liked “What does one TRILLION dollars look like?” #
  • 08:36 Liked “Cute Overload! :)” #
  • 09:35 Liked “my present for all the Mac users” #
  • 09:35 Liked “Cheeting kitteh sekritly muves « Lolcats ‘n’ Funny Pictures of Cats – I Can Has Cheezburger?” #
  • 09:43 “Version Update for iPhone & iPod touch Applications Coming Soon” re: #
  • 09:43 “Erin Esurance Undertakes a New Mission on the Ice Planet Delta Vega” re: #
  • 09:43 “‘The Jonas Brothers World Tour 2009’ will present the band’s most ambitious production yet and will include a… re: #
  • 13:22 #lastfm #love Autobots (Album Version) by Steve Jablonsky #
  • 13:22 Check this comment out #
  • 13:24 Liked “USS Wisconsin” #
  • 13:25 Liked “Space Shuttle Launch Schedule 2009: Discovery’s Timeline” #
  • 13:26 Liked “Shuttle Launch Live 2009: Discovery Webcast” #
  • 13:26 Liked “In Between Arrests and Doughnuts…Cops Play Solitaire at Work Just like the Rest of Us” #
  • 13:27 Liked “Apple – iPod shuffle – VoiceOver. Multiple playlists. 4GB.” #
  • 13:27 Liked “Countdown to my trip to San Diego! Starting this Saturday and continuing until the following Saturday. Last…” #
  • 13:30 RT @sportsviews: Latest Challenge: NFL Mock Draft: Who’s No. 1? #
  • 13:31 RT @retweetradar: Trends: google, iphone and shuffle are the top retweeted terms on right now. #
  • 13:31 Listening to: Linkin Park – What I’ve Done (Album Version) #
  • 13:34 Listening to: SpongeBob – The Best Day Ever (Album Version) #
  • 13:38 Listening to: The Smashing Pumpkins – Doomsday Clock (Album Version) #
  • 13:41 Listening to: Steve Jablonsky – Arrival To Earth (Album Version) #
  • 13:46 Listening to: Cast of Camp Rock – We Rock #
  • 13:49 Listening to: Jonas Brothers – Kids of the Future #
  • 13:53 Listening to: Will Smith – Black Suits Comin’ (Nod Ya Head) [Album Version] #
  • 13:56 “RFS, LLC to Open 21 New Restaurants; Birmingham’s First Dunkin’ Donuts” re: #
  • 14:13 @smashingmag Reading ’10 Useful RSS-Tricks and Hacks For WordPress’ #
  • 14:23 Liked “ Categorises Your Music with a MultiPlatform Desktop App called Boffin” #
  • 14:23 Liked “Leaving after walking around the deck of the USS Wisconsin” #
  • 14:25 Liked “Introducing Boffin:’s music knowledge meets your local mp3 collection” #
  • 14:25 Sounds interesting. I’ll prolly try it later. re: #
  • 23:56 “Mission managers called off Discovery’s launch attempt after detecting a leak of gaseous hydrogen in a line… re: #
  • 00:31 “Will this next campaign be set in the same world you’re using now? Also, can’t wait to see how you pull off… re: #
  • 00:54 “There’s a meeting tonight at MORPC to comment on a draft of a bicycle level-of-service (LOS) map for the… re: #
  • 00:55 Liked “Dinner Tonight: Mahi Mahi with Cilantro Pesto | Serious Eats : Recipes” #
  • 01:20 Liked “meow” #
  • 01:21 Liked “TechFuga Updates Its News Aggregator. Now, With Twitter Search! | Trinitude Network” #
  • 01:22 Thanks for the likes! re: #
  • 01:27 “CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., March 11 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Space shuttle Discovery’s launch to the International… re: #

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New iPod Shuffle Drops Today

Apple Announces Incredible New iPod Shuffle:

“CUPERTINO, Calif., March 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Apple(R) today introduced the all-new iPod(R) shuffle, the world’s smallest music player at nearly half of the size of the previous model, and the first music player that talks to you. The revolutionary new VoiceOver feature enables iPod shuffle to speak your song titles, artists and playlist names. The third generation iPod shuffle is significantly smaller than a AA battery, holds up to 1,000 songs and is easier to use with all of the controls conveniently located on the earphone cord. With the press of a button, you can play, pause, adjust volume, switch playlists and hear the name of the song and artist. iPod shuffle features a gorgeous new aluminum design with a built-in stainless steel clip that makes it ultra-wearable.”

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The MAKE iBump: You can have the world’s loudest iPod!

The MAKE iBump: You can have the world’s loudest iPod!
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Yes, but why would you want to? ^_^

Phil Torrone sez:

“That’s right, if you want THE loudest iPod, Zune, whatever music player this is what you need… The iBump crossover lets you crank it up without distortion.

“Freshman volume” is the sound level metric introduced to college students in their first year – it’s the highest sound level possible at which there is nobody screaming at you to turn the music down. When Ben Anderson made his first attempt at freshman volume, he used an iPod, several guitar amps, and a regular stereo. Although loud, the sound fidelity was surprisingly low. Even worse, Ben’s neighbors were overwhelming his sound with their stereos. What was wrong?

Big speakers work best with low notes, little speakers work best with high notes. Sending both highs and lows to all speakers sounds bad, seriously limits overall volume, and can cause speaker damage. Ben needed a way to separate lows from highs before amplifying his music. This was the beginning of the iBump: “Bump” as in “Bump some tunes”, and you know where the “i” comes from.

Designed by Ben’s dad, Wendell, the iBump is an audiophile-quality active crossover (which separates the highs from the lows). It is inserted between the source (iPod) and the amplifiers. Routing the iBump subwoofer output to a bass amp enables clear, earthmoving low notes. The iBump left and right channels enable high, undistorted volumes because the smaller speakers aren’t getting horsed around by the low notes.

Now, Ben uses an iBump with his iPod, stereo, and bass amp to make sure his neighbors understand the true concept of freshman volume. So can you. We’re all about open source hardware, as much as we possibly can be, so we also include the schematic in MAKE 08, so you can build your own, or just get one from us assembled and support MAKE.”

The MAKE iBump: World’s loudest iPod

iPod: The Missing Manual, Fifth Edition now available on

iPod: The Missing Manual, Fifth Edition now available on
Originally uploaded by sez:

“In the new book, J.D. [Biersdofer] helps iPodders of all ages and skill levels squeeze more enjoyment from their new devices. She covers the basics–downloading and listening to music. She also shows readers how to download and watch Hollywood movies or TV shows, and download contact files, calendars, photo albums, audio books, text files, games, and more.”

iSkin releases second-issue tokidoki iPod Vibes

iSkin releases second-issue tokidoki iPod Vibes
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“The newest Vibes showcase some of the latest colorful illustrations by Simone Legno, tokidoki co-founder and designer. With his playful interpretation of anime, floating worlds and sultry-fun, the Japanese- inspired, Italian-born and Los Angeles-based Legno teamed with iSkin, a leading provider of iPod accessories, to bring forth a sophisticated way to add fun and flair to portable music.”

Play your iPod through your media system with the Belkin TuneStage II

Play your iPod through your media system with the Belkin TuneStage II
Originally uploaded by sez:

“Navigate your playlists, search for artists or individual songs and adjust the volume — all through the iPod click wheel, from over 30 feet away.”

New iPod nano ads "Completely Remastered"

New iPod nano ads “Completely Remastered”
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“The new ad features dancers rocking out to The Audience Is Listening Theme Song by Cut Chemist in total darkness save for the streaking luminance of their multicolored iPod nanos.”

While they were at it, Apple unveiled the new iPod Shuffle

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While they were at it, Apple unveiled the new iPod Shuffle posted a photo:

While they were at it, Apple unveiled the new iPod Shuffle

Message from sender Ron Bailey:

“Nearly half the size of the original, the new iPod shuffle is just half a cubic inch in volume, weighs just half an ounce and features a stunning all-new aluminum design and a built-in clip which makes it the most wearable iPod ever. The new iPod shuffle contains one gigabyte of flash memory, which holds up to 240 songs, and is more affordable than ever at just USD$79.”

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