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danfrakes
    @manton @jeffmueller I know it's not hip to say ;-) but I still love Things. Took forever to get sync, but it's been the most reliable sync I've ever used. And it's got just the right amount of features for me. Not too simple, not too complex.
    techhive
      Disney shows digital savvy with Frozen DVD release - basically the opposite of Veronica Mars. http://hive.rs/1l9ZPyF
      danfrakes
        @platkus @maguay I so wish QuickCursor was still being developed.
        danfrakes
          @isaiah @irc @joeworkman Late reply: I totally agree with you about apps that do this "wrong"--drives me nuts. (P.S. One of my favorite BBEdit shortcuts is Command+L ;-) )
          danfrakes
            @verso (Late reply) I really like the Sennheiser MM100 in that category. Pricey, but it sounds fantastic for a lightweight BT model.
            danfrakes
              @justin My Macworld colleagues often say the same thing.
              danfrakes
                @jeffmueller Congrats! (Just catching up)
                danfrakes
                  @clarkgoble @verso @wickedgood @danielgenser I used to use Groove, but the UI was too messy. Looks like they've polished it a bit. May have to give it another try. Does it work with iTunes Match streaming now? (It used to have trouble.)
                  danfrakes
                    @clarkgoble @verso @wickedgood @danielgenser Yeah, switching playlists, and listing all playlists as a text list. Who wants to browse playlists by tiny "contains these albums" icons?
                    danfrakes
                      @verso @wickedgood @danielgenser @clarkgoble though I was it had a "next/previous playlist" gesture, and a textual playlist list.
                      danfrakes
                        @clarkgoble @verso @danielgenser @wickedgood So, I've been using Ecoute a bit, and it's better than the others I've tried. Odd that there's no volume control via gesture.
                        danfrakes
                          David Frum joins The Atlantic. I don't always agree with his politics, but he's a serious policy person whom I enjoy reading.
                          danfrakes
                            @clarkgoble @bennomatic I think some in the GOP want to address absentee voting issues, but it's tough for them: There's a (valid) fear of affecting military voters.
                            danfrakes
                              @clarkgoble But it's not just the cost if the ID. It's also the time/schedule and the "documentation" required to get it. Plenty of seniors who vote regularly (and validly), for example, don't have birth cert. or DL.
                              danfrakes
                                @clarkgoble @bennomatic I *think* I agree that if we provided everyone w/free ID, and–key–made it easy & painless for *everyone* to get that ID, I'd be OK with requiring it to vote. But evidence shows voter fraud is such a minor issue, not worth the cost.
                                danfrakes
                                  @clarkgoble "Dozens" in a state of millions. And the "remedy" disenfranchises thousands (tens of thousands?) of valid voters. Tough argument to swallow.
                                  danfrakes
                                    @wickedgood @clarkgoble @danielgenser @verso Tap the track title in now-playing mode ;-)