Nikita Polyakov

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Track Back: http://www.mostlylucid.co.u... Here is my comment to his blog post: Try MediaMonkey and ephPod [I used mine as a data back up device and not as a Media Player] Awesome iPOD accessory, iTunes is a useless hog. http://en.wikipedia.org/wik... Great Music Organizer for busy people like me: http://en.wikipedia.org/wik... ......

I got me enough high grade analog and digital optical audio cables and power filters, and UPS power to last me an hour [maybe more] for my home office / studio with everything on and power out. If there is a lightning storm outside [daily in Tampa,FL in June-September season] I can safely continue working uninterrupted and not have any interference in audio or video. My Internet connection is fiber-optic from Verizon FIOS meaning that I have a steady uninterrupted signal and bandwidth though all ......

[this was an update to the last post, but I think this deserves a new one] Take your WM5 Device and type this in: http://mobile.live.com/wlm This is Windows Live Mobile Messenger Web Application [BETA] - it rocks! I just loaded it up with my second messanger account and have been having fun with it for few minutes - it works! There is no live refresh of the page when someone sends you a message, but that's ok - since the message on the screen of your pal will show that you ARE using a mobile device ......

This time it's an Application rather then a website. And I seem to like it this way more - the UI is nice and snappy, no need to clog the dataline on the device with UI [HTML]. I am completely foregoing Pocket Maps from Microsoft - since this does Directions and always up to date Traffic. If you have WM5 device and you find yourself looking for maps or directions [one day you would] - you need to check it out - http://wls.live.com/ You can find detailed comparison to Google maps online service here ......

"I understand there is also a written report of the investigation addressed to me and others, but I did not read it. I could have, and I should have." -- Mark Hurd, Hewlett-Packard's embattled CEO, stating the obvious over his failure to peruse key information describing the company's bizarre attempts to unearth the source who leaked board-level confidences. "You can talk about the negatives of 4 to 5 percent market share, but it's kind of like being in the ocean. We're on the bottom, so it doesn't ......