I hear Apple is now making a special version of the shuffle for people who want controls on the player rather than through the headphones.
This version will have the traditional Apple click wheel controller, and will even include a small screen to see what's playing:
This is why one makes a product line. See, some folks want the smallest possible player. Other folks will want controls on the device. Whining that they're not making the exact device that you want suggests a simple course of action-- go into business & make it yourself. Or use one of the knock-offs. Or buy a used last-gen shuffle on Ebay. But for god's sake, please stop the whining.
Visual Basic sucks. BASIC rules. Long live GOTO!
Why would Mac people hate somebody for that? I ssh into my macs all the time. I pretty much always have terminal windows open. A lot of the molecular biology software I use (the open EMBOSS set of programs ROCK) are command line only, take files as input & write files as output. It's a BSD box with pretty paint. Sure, it's nice to have the pretty screens & be able to run things like iphoto & etc, but at the end of the day the most useful stuff still runs from the > prompt.
Obviously only Barak Obama can hold them together.
And then only Ted Nugent could blow them apart again.
8-10k (yes, that's thousand) minutes per month.
Jesus tapdancing christ, there's only 44,000 minutes in a 31 day month-- you actually spend almost 1/4 of your life on your phone? Wow.
Also, great for making popcorn.
Slamdance now plans to hold a panel discussion regarding the controversy on January 21st.This is not a case of Slamdance lacking courage, sponsor disapproval of showing Danny's game or wanting to control freedom of expression. Simply and practically, Slamdance can't afford to take on the scope of this potential loss by showing the game to the public.
2 pints = 1 Cavort