If I’m going to epub a book, I need to be able to see what it is I’m selling. So I got a kindle. Actually, I cashed in a bunch of amazon rewards points and got a kindle for $14. But now that I actually have one, I must report that I’m really not that [...]
Time for another game of What’s-On-Our-iPod! First I’ll just say that our ipod touch remains our most beloved game platform, over the ps2, the nintendo DS, and running neck and neck with the PC only it probably wins because it has the added advantage of being mobile. As I’ve said before, I had no idea [...]
When did my ipod take over my life? From first waking (I use it as an alarm clock, because why wake to anything other than a faint Tibetan Bell-sound-of-my-choice? ) to late night reading (an ipod comes with it’s own, adjustable brightness, reading light, and you can easily hold it, and turn pages, with one [...]
…and nearly wet myself with my geekgasm!
(It’s the one in the middle, between my beloved ipod touch, and my also beloved macbook. It’s a triumvirate of apply goodness!)
EXCEPT WHO THOUGHT OF THAT STUPID NAME???? I mean, really. iPad??? It sounds like something you use when you’re on the rag. [...]
A while ago, back when I first got my ipod touch (how did I ever live without it?), I wrote a post about gaming on the ipod with my kids. (ETA: for part three, go here.) At the time there seemed to be very little out there on games for little people, [...]
The app store clocked over 1 million downloads for the new skype app on it’s first two days. Wow. That’s a lot of downloads. And I was one of them—I called my friend Priscilla this morning on my ipod touch using the new app. It was great, extremely clear, free. Why wouldn’t [...]
We are all about the games around here. Board games, card games, yard games, video games, computer games, dice games, make believe games, you name it. We are an equal opportunity game household.
But I had no idea when I got my spiffy new ipod touch that I was buying a gaming machine. I think [...]
My recent experiences with my new ipod touch have demonstrated to me how satisfying and convenient it is to have the information and solutions of a wifi computer with me, all the time, in my pocket. But, even with it’s sexy design, hunching over a 3.5 screen ain’t ideal. The information is there, but the [...]
What’s that peeking out of the special ipod pocket of my knitted purple furry monster felted ipod bag?
Why, it’s a 2nd gen ipod touch! That’s right, after dropping hints like anvils as my birthday approached, I received enough amazon gift certs and cold hard cash for me to [...]
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today's yoga practice
May 12, 2013 | 1:39 pm
Full primary. I forgot to write practices down last week, oh well.
May 4, 2013 | 2:51 pm
Feeling sick. Surys. A few seated. Backbending. Bleh.
May 4, 2013 | 2:50 pm
Primary to supta konasana.
May 4, 2013 | 2:50 pm
Gah. Skip. Lame.
May 4, 2013 | 2:49 pm
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