In futzing around with the settings on this blog--I\'m closing old posts so I don\'t have to kill spam forever--I accidentally made it impossible to comment on this one for awhile.
JDoors--that's it! I can see it when logged in. Can't see it when logged out. Thank you.
I think that YouTube's geolocation system, for some reason, is letting me play it here at home in Daly City, California. When I checked earlier yesterday, from a network in San Francisco, it was blocked. But I can still play the video here.
The iPad certainly doesn\'t provide the flexibility of a PC or Mac in terms of moving files between apps. But--and maybe I should have discussed this in my story--it provides more flexibility than I expected. Many iPad apps let you move documents directly into other apps, and I frequenty work on files in multiple apps before I\'m done with them.
TIME still exists, has millions of readers in print and online, and is doing fine financially. I'm working with them mostly because I like what they do, and they like what I do, and I've had an excellent working relationship with them for almost a year and a half, during which they've never messed around with my stuff.
My goal isn't to make Technologizer more like TIME; it's to make TIME--or at least my little piece of TIME--more like Technologizer.
But if it makes you feel better: I haven't sold Technologizer, and can take it with me if I part ways with TIME.
I knew a Marxist or two at PC World; I haven\'t met any at TIME yet.
And wow, I had no idea WTBS was originally an MIT student station! If only they\'d sold it for 1% of all future profits...
The RadioShack on Commonwealth Avenue actually moved some years ago--but just next door, in the same building. I believe it\'s smaller than it used to be, but it\'s still good-sized.
The only other RadioShack in the Boston area I keep tabs on is the one in Harvard Square (which didn\'t have any radios). It\'s been there for as long as I can remember, though it too used to be larger--it had a basement computer annex.
I believe there was a downtown RadioShack that was even older than the Comm Ave one--but that it closed decades ago.
Clock radios still seem to be selling well--or at least they're easy enough to find.
Well, I was going to buy a four-pack for $4.99; the 36-pack was $10. So for once, I didn\'t resent being upsold.