Archive for the ‘songbird’ category

Songbird for Mac

September 5, 2006

Songbird for Mac is now in my “to evaluate stack” alongside of Daylite and some Bittorrent clients. Stay tuned.

[EDIT: That’s probably the fastest eval of any application I’ve ever done. Songbird is NOT worthy of downloading yet. Steer clear. The Quit command is disabled in the current beta and you have to force quit.] v iTunes

February 18, 2006

I love my music. I don’t have much come to find out. But, what I do have… I like. A lot!

So, when I saw over at Joi Ito’s Web about his investment in it just so happened at a time when my need for music was peaking. So, I hustle over there only to find out I reg’d for this thing back in March of ’05. I could have been enjoying all this great music going on a year. Ah, wasted youth!


A Podbop Near You!

February 17, 2006

Mr. Arrington’s entry at TechCrunch regarding Podbop sucked me in. My earlier rant on Songbird left me hungry for satisfaction of the musical variety. So…
Hop over to Podbop to check on Tulsa events. No dice! DAMMIT ALL!

Songbird, iTunes and Mac…

February 17, 2006

BoingBoing’s interview of Rob Lord (WinAmp fame) who’s now launching the Songbird browser really got me stoked (in a good way, at least initially)… (more…)