Hardware technology is only limited by software - novel uses for devices such as these will constantly be developed and discovered. Take the LA band THE 88 - they recorded the entire song "Love Is The Thing" on an iPhone, a feat made possible only by an App. The end result was incredible (albeit with a little help from gifted audio engineer Chris Roberts for the final mix) http://www.the88.net/love.htm .
One poster here says that 'a multi thousand dollar 'iPhone steadycam' rig" will be needed if movies such as these are to be taken seriously - I call BS - I'm 100% sure that there will eventually be "an App for that."
Too bad the State Dept. is embarrassed - we (at least those of us who would give our lives in defending the Constitution) have a fundamental right to see the corruption in our own government.
One of the tenets of MY Constitution is that ANYONE enjoys the presumption of innocence until proven guilty. Even if Manning released the cables (which still isn't clear that he did), until all arguments are heard and evidence presented, he is still a human being.
Don't believe the major media - if you don't think they bury truths and distort facts, you my friends, are na´ve.
I forgot to add optional DNS-hosted redirection such as OpenDns offers; I have my OpenDNS account set so that simply entering the letter 'v' in any browsers address bar, on any machine inside my router, brings me to http://www.google.com/voice.
As search engines become more and more efficient, along with ease of keyword search (i.e. Google Chromes "superbar",) and bit.ly - type URL shorteners, domain names will soon be irrelevant and nothing more than a vanity plate for marketing material.
Because of this, dare I say, mature, reaction to the inevitable, I've actually gone through the effort of checking some older stuff by them out. First impression was sort of a Radiohead meets The Doors... Probably something that I'll prefer listening to while driving.