Jeremiah Hargenrader
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5/15/13
10:49 AM
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I almost went through this whole process and switched over to MediaMonkey, until I realized that I need the Gold version in order to convert songs to a lower bitrate before syncing, as I do now with iTunes. Guess I'm stuck with iTunes for now.

6/21/11
11:49 AM
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When they're releasing on such a rapid development cycle (just like Chrome does), the version number becomes pretty meaningless anyways. The point is to just get the features out there ASAP.

5/23/11
2:56 PM
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Beware of all the extra components when installing. Installs a Miro start page by Bing, installs Bing toolbar, and sets default search engine to Bing.

5/11/11
6:11 PM
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Early adopters tend to be pretty geeky, though. I'd love one of these at around the $300 mark, give or take, but at almost $500, when it's really just a web browser completely locked down, forget it.

5/11/11
2:24 PM
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I've been loving the Cr-48, and it looks like the models from Acer and Samsung have better specs, but I'm still worried about the price. Almost $499 for the Wi-fi and 3G, and slightly cheaper for wi-fi only. Going to be hard to sell them to consumers over tablets or full-blown netbooks.

5/9/11
10:27 AM
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I could turn that question around. If my music collection is saved on the internet, why do I need to store it on my iPod?

5/5/11
11:23 AM
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Agreed. If it's "The Last Password You'll Ever Need", why would you not be willing to do a little bit more memorization work? After you log in with that, all your other passwords are right there.

5/1/11
8:47 PM
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Agree about the ever-present bar. Chrome's new-style interface makes it so unnecessary, but on a Mac, it's unavoidable.

4/18/11
1:52 PM
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I only have two active gmail accounts. One is an apps account with my domain, and the other is just a vanilla gmail account.

4/4/11
3:52 PM
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It is kind of ironic, given that at least in the past, Editors and readers at Lifehacker have always been Google fans.

3/24/11
1:27 PM
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If you go under about:flags in Chrome, there is an option to enable "Side Tabs". Might not be as featured filled as the extension on Firefox, but worth a try, maybe?

1/14/11
6:16 PM
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I've been filtering all of my facebook notification emails for a while now. More simple than this, though.