iTunes for Mac? Yes.
iTunes for Windows? Yes.
iTunes for Ubuntu? No.
This is probably the single biggest app missing from the Ubuntu playbook. If Apple were to make it available for Ubuntu, would people really not buy Apple computers? The answer for some would be yes, but I’d venture to guess it’s a very small number of people that would base their computer buying on it alone. More likely, it’s people like me wanting to put Ubuntu on a Windows box or netbook but find the lack of iTunes makes Ubuntu not as attractive an OS, especially since Apple uses iTunes to sync with the iPhone and iPad.
Listening to a French classical station through my Apple TV, sounds great!
This is what we do…
…and we don’t need the railroads and the shipping costs anymore, you see?
-Yeah. -You see that?
And then we’re making money. We’re making the real money…
— Daniel Plainview
(Daniel Day-Lewis, There Will be Blood)
But who in your measly little world
are you trying to prove
that you’re made out of gold
and can’t be sold?
— Jimi Hendrix (Are You Experienced)
Unless you want to wait for your movie to download for another hour and a half all over again, DO NOT select ‘Start from beginning’ as a play option. I’ve done this twice now and been burned both times. Don’t think re-wind, think re-download 😐
Thanks to the cell phone, I haven’t worn a watch in years. That may change if this thing makes it to market!
No need to believe in either side or any side.
There is no cause.
There’s only yourself.
The belief is in your own precision.
(Max von Sydow, Three Days of the Condor)
System Preferences ->
Line In ->
Mini plug out of iPhone ->
Microphone mini plug in on Mac ->
Quicktime Record ->
iRealBook, play track ->
Open file in iTunes ->
Convert to MP3
Today, the RSS import goes as far as to show you your new posts, but when you go to confirm, you get an error page! 😐