For a long time I have been biking to work, to run errands, and to occasionally participate in organized rides. In the past, I used my own memory and simple bicycle computers like the CATEYE Velo2 to track my performance.
My blood pressure was high and my doctor wanted me to do something about it. He suggested taking blood pressure pills and even wrote the prescription, but I declined. His other suggestion was to lose some weight. Over the years I had risen to about “two bills” (200 pounds) and nothing, not even 2-4 mile daily walks, seemed to bring it down.
VITO is having an Easter egg hunt contest (requires the Star Walk astronomy program) through April 13th, 2009. Prizes include an iPod Touch, and Apple Store gift cards. Continue reading for the full press release...
Late last year Apple introduced the second generation of its popular iPod touch. As you can see in the photo, the Touch 2G has a thinner design with a more contoured polished metal back. In addition, the new Touch is slightly smaller and lighter than the original.
I have been a iphone radio user (my list of radio apps) since AOL radio first came out. I tend to use the digital radio just as often as I use the iPod feature. Missing however was public radio from AOL. Well, that has been sorted. Now, NPR Mobile has been out for a bit, but it lacked live streaming.
Yesterday I wrote about a FAIL where movies for many iphone users are not playing. I do not have a the full answer as to why it’s not working, although it seems that the .flv (flash version) of the video is playing instead of the h.264 (apple version). As of this writing, it still does not work for me; even after a few reboots. However, I did find a way to get video to work.