I wanted the direct links to the downloads to throw the latest keynote on a network share. I didn’t find the direct links to Apple’s feeds anywhere with a quick search, so I extracted them from iTunes. Here they are for you. Standard Definition (iPod): http://podcasts.apple.com/apple_keynotes/apple_keynotes.xml High Definition: http://podcasts.apple.com/apple_keynotes_hd/apple_keynotes_hd.xml 1080p: http://podcasts.apple.com/apple_keynotes_1080p/apple_keynotes_1080p.xmlRead More Apple Keynote Podcast Feeds
My Amazon.com order arrived today. Another DVD/Blu-Ray combo pack with UltraViolet digital copy. Since my last experience with UltraViolet was less than stellar, I took some notes on my second experience to see if things had improved. This time around my UltraViolet and Flixter accounts have been setup, and those accounts are configured on my […]Read More UltraViolet Follow Up
The goals of the UltraViolet Digital Rights Management system are admirable. The system aims to provide buy once, watch anywhere functionality. So far however, the system has been far from living up to this promise. Currently you can only view UltraViolet content on a Windows PC, Mac, iOS, or Android based mobile device. I can’t […]Read More Reeking of Fail: Flixter and UltraViolet
Spent the past week trying to figure out why in the world I qualify for a new iPhone 4 at the full AT&T subsidized price when I just got my iPhone 3G S last year around May. My coworker who got his iPhone 3G S before I did last year didn’t qualify. Today I finally […]Read More iPhone 4 Ordered!
Apple announced iPhone 4 today at WWDC. One of the most interesting bits is that AT&T is offering full subsidized price ($199 for 16 GB, $299 for 32 GB) to anyone who’s contract is up in 2010. On a whim I checked, and yup I’m eligible. Cool, but I don’t have $299 for an upgrade. […]Read More iPhone 4 Announced