I need something to read at work when my brain start its escape attempts through my ears. The reason for theese escape attempts is me trying to understand old code.
PS. update the cast section ;)
The word on the street is that Apple finally will release their iPod Mini in Europe on the 24th of July. Size matters to me, I’m always having the player in my left trouser pocket, and it’s a bit limited what I can cram in there. Not long ago I bought a Jens Of Sweden (site is useless without Flash) MP110 player, which I’m very happy with, but i wouldn’t mind getting an iPod Mini instead. I’ve not been able to have a look at one on real life, but according to the specifications on the Apple website it should fit nicely in my pocket.
Is the iPod Mini a death sentence for all those tiny RAM-based music players? I don’t know, my Jens Of Sweden player is considerably smaller than Apple’s little wonder, but it’s only got 256 megabytes of storage, as opposed to the 4 gigabytes in the Mini. In Jens’ favour it has a built in FM radio, but I really don’t use it that much, so I probably won’t miss it.
I think I see an iPod Mini in my left trouser pocket in the not-so-distant future.
Stine is coming to visit today, and she’s staying for about a week. This will probably not interfere with my posting, since I’ve developed a habit of posting in the morning instead of during my usual posting hours. Considering the number of comments lately, I guess you’re all having summer vacation anyway. Enjoy the sun people, soon it’s freezing cold again. Unless you’re living some place else that me.
And now a short Google tip: It’s not just a search engine, you can also use it for number conversion. For instance, when I wanted to know the size of the iPod Mini, I had some troubles, because I don’t know exactly how long an inch is. To convert the player’s height to centimetres, I simply typed “3.6 inches” in the Google search box. It’s 9.14 centimetres. Thank you, Google.
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