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You Call That Shuffle?

Apple doesn't understand the meaning of Shuffle.


One of the most misunderstood features of all music players is the concept of "Random" vs "Shuffle". To many people, they are interchangeable, but there's a big difference between the two, especially when it's done right.

The core idea behind "Shuffle" is to play your songs in a random order, so the order itself is a surprise to you. Sounds simple enough. You hit Shuffle, and the music player definitely picks a song at random, so what can be wrong with that? As it turns out, quite a bit.

Here's the problem. If you have 100 different songs, and you decide to shuffle them, you should hear each and every song exactly once, before any song repeats, but that's not what happens, because more often than not, you'll hear some son... [More]

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The Library Dilemma

If libraries were invented today... would they be legal?


Ever since the Internet came along, companies have complained that file sharing is costing them money because authors and artists don't get paid when you share your digital, music, or movies. Meanwhile, libraries lend books, music, and movies every day, without compensating the authors and artists, but we never hear anyone complain about that.

To be clear, I'm not suggesting that we shut down libraries. I'm just drawing attention to the double standard. If I lend my friend one of my books, movies, or CDs, it's considered okay, even though that means that the authors and artists will not make any money off the transaction. Not only is it acceptable to lend them out, I can make money by selling them.

In a nutshell,... [More]

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Is Apple TV... The Future of Television?

I love Apple TV, but I wouldn't call it "The Future of Television"


When Apple introduced the latest generation of Apple TV, they called it "The Future of Television?". Are they kidding? It's not even close, but here are a few of the things Apple should consider for the next generation.

1. Integrated Cable Converter Box. Switching between Apple TV to a cable converter box is a pain in the neck, especially for people who are technology challenged and people who simply hate looking for a second remote just to change HDMI ports.

2. Integrated HDMI Switching. A typical family has quite a few HDMI devices. In many cases, they even have more devices than they have ports, which makes it a challenge to switch between Cable / Satellite TV Boxes, Blu-Ray players, Gaming Consoles,... [More]

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Do you remember the Howard Stern Channel 9 TV Show?


Howard Stern's local TV show often beat Saturday Night Live in the ratings, but it's NEVER been on home video. which means there is an entire generation of his current fans that weren't even born when it first ran. That's pretty strange when you think of it.

Considering how popular the show was, you would think the producers of the show would bend over backwards to release the show on DVD, and digital streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Vudu. Clearly it would be a huge hit and earn quite a lot of money, so what's the problem?

From time to time callers have asked Howard about it on the show, and he often shakes it off by saying he doesn't have control of the show, so he can't do anything to break the stalemate. Th... [More]

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Apple needs to allow people to play their digital media purchases on non-Apple devices.


VUDU For Apple TV

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Why isn't VUDU available on Apple TV?


Back in the 90s, I made the mistake of buying a lot of DVDs because they were clearly superior to VHS, and I assumed I would never want anything better. When HDTV, Blu-Ray, and streaming services came along, I suddenly realized my entire library was quickly becoming out of date, so I stopped buying DVDs.

Rather than re-purchase all my movies in Blu-Ray, I decided to give Walmart's VUDU service a try. Besides giving you the option to purchase HD movies that your can stream online, VUDU allows you to pop your original DVD into your computer, then pay $2 to add the same movie to your VUDU account. They even let you upgrade your old DVD version to full HD for $5, so I started getting HD versions of some of my favorite movies.

So now I

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Why hasn't Howard Stern's Channel 9 TV shows been released on DVD and Netflix?


Back in 1990, when Saturday Night Live was struggling for ratings, Howard Stern's produced a TV show from New York's Channel 9 (WWOR). It started out as a local show, but the ratings were so strong that it was syndicated nationwide within a few months.

To say it was a ratings success is an understatement. In the New York area, the audience was twice as large as NBC's Saturday Night Live.


In Los Angeles, he had a whopping 34% share of males in the 18-49 demographic.



The Howard Stern Channel 9 Shows were the talk of the town. By Monday morning, everyone talked about what they saw on the show. It was fresh, it was wild, an... [More]

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Pay-Per-Show. TV A La Carte

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Why is TV so expensive?


According to a recent study, The Average American pays over $90 per month for 172 channels that they don't watch.. Some pay even more, and they still don't watch most of the channels they pay for. What a waste of money.

Thankfully some cable companies are now offering A La Carte plans, allowing you to reduce the number of channels by selecting popular groups of channels. While this is a good start, they don't give you the flexibility to select only the channels you plan on watching.

Wouldn't it be great if you only paid for the shows you actually watch?


This would be the perfect o... [More]

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iTunes Purchases Should Be Downloadable Forever.

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What good is a digital purchase if you can't find it?


If you've been using iTunes for a while, there's a good chance that some of your earlier purchases are no longer available in the iTunes store. Whenever those items are removed from the store, they also vanish from your online library, which means that unless you make copies of the original files, there's no way to download them again. How dumb is that?

So, many of your old music, movies, books, apps, and audiobooks may be missing right now, and you won't even notice until you look for them.

I first discovered this after I purchased a bunch of Audible audiobooks from iTunes.

Since audiobooks tend to be pretty big files, I would periodically delete them from my local computer, under the assumption that I could re

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Netflix NOW... Prime Time Programming.

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On-demand services are wonderful, but schedule programming is an EVENT.


I realize that the whole point of Netflix is that the entire service is on-demand, so you can watch whatever you want, whenever you want. That's all fine and dandy, but I think they should have scheduled programming too.

When I was in grade school, Tuesdays were special; that's when Happy Days came on. The next day, everyone in class talked about it. Although none of us watched it together, Tuesdays at 8m belonged to us. It was an event we all shared together.

That's what's missing from on-demand services like Netflix, an event. Now that they have original programming, they need to schedule specific times for first run episodes to run, so everyone in the country can watch at the same time. They ca... [More]

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Apple needs to create a dedicated library for audio recordings.


One of my favorite things about Apple is the way they pay attention to detail. They were the first to have dedicated places for photos, videos and music, making it easy for people to organize the most common types of media.

We take it for granted that when we take a photo or shoot a video, it's going to be in our photo library, or if we store our music, it'll be in our music library on iTunes, but what about the other media we accumulate?

The trouble is, there is no dedicated place for things like voicemail archives, voice memos and other audio recordings.

Without a library for audio recordings, Voice memos recorded using the Apple Voice Recorder App can't be accessed by other Apps. Ideally, any App that sa... [More]

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Isn't it strange that there isn't a way to save or forward voicemail on the iPhone?


The iPhone changed the way people use voicemail. It was the first phone to have "Visual Voicemail", giving you the ability to see a list of messages, rather than having to navigate through a series of voice prompts to play back and manage your messages.

Apple made this possible by downloading messages directly to the iPhone, rather than forcing you to call a number to hear them. This not only made it easier to select and play message, but even play them back without relying on over-the-air reception.

Since the iPhone already downloads messages for Visual Voicemail, saving it as an MP3 should be easy for them to implement.


Although you can save a message indefinitely on the iPhone i... [More]

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It's a pain in the neck sorting through duplicate photos.


If you've got a large library of digital photos, chances are you've got a lot of duplicates. It's easy to understand why. Like most people, whenever your camera or your cell phone starts to run out of space, you dump a copy of the photos in a folder somewhere and start deleting photos from your camera. If you didn't delete them all, there's a good chance you'll end up copying a lot of duplicate photos in yet another folder at a later date.

If this pattern repeats a few times, you'll eventually have multiple versions of many of your photos. Making matters worse, if your friends and family share photos with you, there's a good chance they'll give you the same photos from time to time, adding even more duplicates to yo... [More]

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REAL Digital Business Cards

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I don't know about you, but I hate business cards.


Just the other day, somebody asked me for my business card. Normally, I try to keep a few in my wallet, but I barely have room for two, so when I reached into my wallet... I didn't have any left. So, I wrote my information on the back of a piece of scrap paper. That's not quite the first impression I wanted to leave.

That incident made me think about the benefits of a Digital Business Card. If iPhones had a feature to send, receive, and organize Digital Business Cards, he and I could've just swapped cards in couple of seconds, and neither of us would worry about running out of cards, or losing a card that somebody gave us.

Before Smartphones came along, Palm had a feature that allowed people to beam contact information... [More]

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Digital Baseball Cards Based on BitCoins

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How to bring the collectables industry into the 21st century...


For more than 100 years, people have been collecting baseball cards. For some, it's more than a hobby, it's a serious investment in the possibility that some of them will eventually increase in value.

Because of this, collectable card companies invest a lot of time and effort into insuring that collectors continue to buy new cards, by limiting the quantity of cards they print. While it would be quite easy for a card company to simply run millions of copies of the most desired cards, that would upset the collectors who base their entire purchase decision on the fact that there are limited numbers of each card.

As such, the prospect of a digital card would simply be out of the question... or is it?

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Apple TV Should Support Amazon Instant Video

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What are they waiting for?


One of the things holding Apple TV back from widespread use is the lack of support for Amazon Instant Video. While it's still a great way to play photos and videos from your phone, a lot of people buy it just to play streaming movies using services like Netflix. Now that Amazon Instant Video has a lot of original and exclusive programming, a lot of people are forced to purchase other devices, such as Roku because it works with all the biggest video streaming services.

The heart of the problem is that Apple doesn't like putting subscription services on Apple TV unless they get 30% of the revenue, but since the revenue for Amazon's Instant Video service is linked to Amazon Prime, which extends beyond just streaming videos, they have to way to quanti... [More]

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