MP3 Mailbox Monday has had quite the hiatus, so I've selected a healthy mishmash of questions that should satisfy the span of curiosity about recent (and not-so-recent) goings on in the digital audio domain. For example, do you have to replace your headphones to get integrated iPod controls? Plus, what's the deal with the iPod and subscription music? And of course, what is sure to be an age-old question: which is better, the Zune or the iPod? Oh, and yes...one other thing, too. Read on.
Q: I would appreciate advice on the proper and easiest MP3 to purchase for my needs. The primary use will NOT be for music. What I need the MP3 player for is Church-related podcasts, as I enjoy listening to bible teachings from different sources. I also want to download a study bible to have available for bible study discussions.
I use a Sansa C250 and find the screen too small and difficult to find various podcasts. I have seen the iPod Touch and now I'm wondering about the Zune HD. What would be the easiest to use and yet … Read more
If you PC is not completely dead and can still connect to the Internet, you are in luck! Today for one whole hour, I'll be answering questions live on CNETTV.com starting 11 a.m. Pacific on how to keep your computer running at its best.
If your computer is fine and dandy, but you have any other questions, give me a call. So get them ready, bookmark the page, and be on time for the party!
Seth Rosenblatt (from CNET's Download.com) and I are co-hosting a CNET Ask the Editors live session, during which we'll be answering questions about Google's Chrome browser. So if you've got any, check in to join our chat forum. We're here to help.
Got questions about Web 2.0 and Web apps? So do I! But nonetheless I will do my best to answer your questions on the best online applications for various tasks, on privacy, infrastructure, and any other Web 2.0 topic you want to throw my way in today's live Ask The Editors session.
Ask the Editors is a live text show. You ask, and I answer (or fake it). Tune in to connect with me and talk about the topic I spend my days covering. Or anything else, if you want: In the course of my too-long technology … Read more
Seth Rosenblatt (from CNET's Download.com) and I are co-hosting a CNET Ask the Editors live session, during which we'll be answering questions about Firefox 3. So if you've got any, check in to join our chat forum. We're here to help.
Why both of us? Because Seth knows more about using Firefox than I do, but I've spent some time with the Mozilla and Firefox executives, and can talk about the strategy behind the browser.
It should be fun. I … Read more
I had so much fun reporting in real time from the Demo 2008 conference (see my liveblog), that I thought it would be fun to do the same thing again, but more free-form, and as a two-way conversation. So I'm doing a CNET Ask the Editors show on Thursday from 11:00 AM to noon, Pacific time.
Ask the Editors is a live text show. You ask, and I answer (or fake it). Tune in on Thursday to ask me about Web applications. … Read more