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  • Sep 29th, 2009 @ 5:18pm

    Re: Just connect the right way...

    Here Here. Palm Needs to quit Whining about how Apples software which was written for their own hardware blocks the hack job way that they connected. Apple should not allow it. Simple as that. If Apple allows it. Then Apple gets support requests for Palm Stuff. Palm is supposed to be this resurgent company doing awesome stuff in mobile where frankly they have been stagnant... Palm take the time to write a compelling package that either uses the iTunes Library API to manage syncing or role your own. Just go ahead and make another option in your sync software for your calendar, email etc sync if you still need that... (andriod doesn't) and quit the crying. It is very unusual that I disagree with Mike but in this case I think Apple has a nice integrated solution for their clients (Hardware and software users) and shouldn't need to worry about supporting the devices of companies that can't write their own compelling solutions but rather use a hack and forged key to gain access. If I was the USB folks I would be ripping Palm a new one.

  • Sep 29th, 2009 @ 5:18pm

    Re: Just connect the right way...

    Here Here. Palm Needs to quit Whining about how Apples software which was written for their own hardware blocks the hack job way that they connected. Apple should not allow it. Simple as that. If Apple allows it. Then Apple gets support requests for Palm Stuff. Palm is supposed to be this resurgent company doing awesome stuff in mobile where frankly they have been stagnant... Palm take the time to write a compelling package that either uses the iTunes Library API to manage syncing or role your own. Just go ahead and make another option in your sync software for your calendar, email etc sync if you still need that... (andriod doesn't) and quit the crying. It is very unusual that I disagree with Mike but in this case I think Apple has a nice integrated solution for their clients (Hardware and software users) and shouldn't need to worry about supporting the devices of companies that can't write their own compelling solutions but rather use a hack and forged key to gain access. If I was the USB folks I would be ripping Palm a new one.

  • Sep 15th, 2009 @ 6:24pm

    Re: Utility

    Agreed,
    Not that I think it is going to replace RSS or my Google home page but I think it is kind of nice to see the articles in their original context. Funny thing was since Techdirt kindof slammed the idea I didn't figure the articles would be click-able. At the very least the popular mechanics ones are and now I am prepared to survive any disaster (Like for example the failing of the newspaper industry).

  • Sep 4th, 2009 @ 7:00am

    Go ahead I'll Wait.

    Awesome.