My family and I will be travelling until Labor Day; you should not expect any new posts on FmH until I am back home. Enjoy the last week of summer!
This is something I’ve been curious about and don’t really know where to ask. I like to update my music collection with the little thumbnails of the album art that iTunes displays in the lower left corner. I notice that the songs to which I have added art are updated on my iPod the next time I synchronize. Could there possibly be a hidden mode on the iPod that would display (lo-res) images of the album art, given that the data is there, or do I have to wait for the next-generation machine? Any iPod aficionados out there who might know?
“When Mr. Bush accepted the party’s nomination in Philadelphia in 2000, he stepped up to a typical battleship-style stage, with multiple video screens and a sweep of stairs leading up to a lectern. But the Bush campaign team has had four years to think about their next convention, and from the beginning it signaled a desire to do something different.” (New York Times via abby)
“Want to learn how to create and sustain psychosis on a national scale? Look carefully at the public statements made by the Department of Homeland Security.” — Bruce Schneier (Minneapolis Star-Tribune op-ed)