Monday, June 26, 2006

Digg v3.0 Launches

Today digg launched there third version of the popular website. They have added other topics that include Science, World & Business, Videos, Entertainment, and Gaming. The site looks great. The other topics are showing up in the main rss feed now. I really don't care for that. But you can subscribe to whatever topic rss feed that you would like. The site is alittle slow but that is understandable. The my profile page has been totally re-worked and it is now easier to find what your friends are digging. When you mark a digg that is spam or lame the digg is now grayed out. And the box says buried. Which makes it alot easier to find the stories that you did not digg. Also check out the about us page. You can finally see who makes digg possible. Well, that was my short and sweet review.

Friday, June 23, 2006

Where the Hell is Matt?

Check out the video. Matt has been pretty much everywhere. []

Interview with digg Founders has a great interview with founders Kevin Rose & Jay Adelson. They talk about the history of digg, features included in Digg 3.0, and their thoughts on the new digg-clone that aol launched at Also over on they have exclusive screenshots of the new digg 3.0.

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Free Superman Returns clip

Free Superman Returns clip at the iTunes Music Store

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Picasa Web Albums launch

Picasa Web Albums is invite-only. But I got in. Just enter your info and click on the next screen. You get 250 megabytes of free storage. $25 per year gives you 6 gigabytes. You will also need to download a new version of Picasa. The download is 4.56 megabytes. You can have public albums and private. You also get the option of changing the URL to keep your email address safe. Update: They also provide you with an RSS feed. [digg]

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

DSL again

One happy day for me.   I am getting DSL again.   I can't wait.

Sunday, June 11, 2006

John Dvorak admits to baiting Mac users for hits [Video]

John C. Dvorak explains how he deliberately pisses off Mac users to get hits for his technology and computing articles.

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Free iPod Book

If you have an iPod or if you are thinking about getting one then you need to download the Free iPod Book. It is a free 194-page book full of incredible iPod and iTunes information. Please click on the link below to get this awesome book.

Call For Help has a price [Update]

As of Wednesday, June 7th, Call for Help will finally be available to
fans in the United States. For $.99 you can download a copy of Call for
Help at  Leo Laporte said on the TWiT blog that it will be free of advertisements and copy protection. Update: They will offer AVI, MP4, and PSP-compatible versions for download.

Sunday, June 04, 2006

New Video Podcast

I have decided to take the video tips that I have done and create a new video podcast called Jims Tech Tips.