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Yes, I did use the double ender technique that Cali described recently. It works really well! I am experiencing a few bugs with Snow Leopard, so it is probably best to wait until 10.6.1 (which probably isn't too far away).
Thanks for the feedback. Until you actually use an iPhone, you don't know what you are missing out on. The iPhone 3G is more about the 2.0 software than the actual phone. I know Europe has excellent 3G coverage. In the United States, AT&T 3G is fast, but available only in large cities. EDGE (2.5G) is much slower, but available almost anywhere cell service is available. AT&T is still working on expanding their network.
MobileMe is great, like you said, only if you have an iPhone or iPod Touch. Its really meant for people on-the-go. Its a great price, for 20GB of storage.
That is awesome that you have a cousin in the "biz". I am not sure where I want to be with this in 10 years. I am just looking at all of my options, and learning as much as I can along the way.
As for the prices, I am not quite to sure what you are saying. I know that other countries are offering it unlocked at higher prices, but the United States is only with AT&T. BUT, in the future AT&T will offer the iPhone at $599 and $699 for no contract, so I assume that you can drop out whenever you want and not pay a cancellation fee. Here is the article explaining more: http://www.appleinsider.com/articles/08/07/01/att...
And before I forget, the video IS de-interlaced for all of the feeds, Vimeo isn't de-interlaced, though. If you don't enjoy looking at 1080i with all of the lines, I suggest watching from one of the direct downloads.
Once again, I really genuinely do apologize for all of the technical problems with today's show. If anyone has any tips, feel free to elaborate in this comment thread, or shoot me an email, email@example.com. This is as much a pain in the ear for me as it is for you.
It was the WWDC Keynote behind my head, I just thought it would be cool to play it, but I can see how it might be distracting.