Sep 14th 2010 11:30PM The only product that I am looking forward to is the Boxee Box..., short of getting a new HDMI Mac Mini and using it as a media centre, it appears to be the only device that will play what I want from where I want for 199$.
Jul 22nd 2009 2:39PM I use ScreenFlow to capture Audio and Video, it works incredibly well - and to spruce up my Skype Video stream - I use native screen sharing inside Skype for Mac and feed the video into Boinx TV.. there is a bit of set up but it adds a WOW factor to a Skype call.
Nov 13th 2008 4:48PM OMG - thanks for posting this, this is exactly what I have been looking for. FAT32 is great, but limits partitions to 32GB, which is a pain.
Nov 5th 2008 1:51PM Awesome, it is an irritating bug. Good to know it will be fixed, but I will log it with support just to make sure.
Oct 8th 2008 6:45PM @ Joe, mostly just curious. I really like Zimbra and the suite that goes along with it. If Yahoo were to offer Zimbra hosted to everyone - I think it could seriously compete with Gcal/mail. It has Blackberry Integration, Skype plugins etc. etc..
Yahoo is no doubt a rudderless ship, but offering Zimbra seems like a pretty easy decision.. of course this is the same company that competed with itself by buying Flickr, so maybe common sense isn't part of the peanut butter manifesto.
Oct 8th 2008 3:05PM Is this an integration of Zimbra into their consumer facing apps?
Sep 22nd 2008 3:43PM Currently I have Season 4 of the Office, Jackass 2.5, 2 episodes of Family Guy, and 1 episode of The Simpsons, some work files and pictures.
Apr 22nd 2008 10:47AM Or - just install Skype, create 2 accounts and have it auto answer when the other account calls - and enable 'start video' on calls from contacts in my address book.
Full Motion HD Video (on a new Mac) with 2way voice..
Apr 7th 2008 4:34PM Fantastic!! I assumed that because this didn't exist it wasn't possible to do.. Awesome job.
Nov 20th 2007 1:39PM www.skype.com is P2P - it saves me 10's of thousands of dollars a year and I run my entire business on it, I will gladly pay a little more to have more bandwidth. P2P isn't the problem, internet providers who fail to see there role as pipe providers are the problem. I have a 10MB home office connection (outside of Toronto) it never hiccups, and in comparison to friends in Japan, Denmark etc., the speed I get is prehistoric. When greedy pipe providers stop worrying about (and trying to) control the syntax of the messages going over the network and concern themselves more with providing a better network, they will realize incredible profits. He who provides the best connection wins.