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Upgraded to iPhone OS 3.0

Body: I download version 8.2 of iTunes and 3.0 for the iPhone today.  Installation of 8.2, which was required to update the iPhone, went without a problem.  The 3.0 update started ok … but continued to error out in iTunes and restart the iPhone.  I disconnect the USB iPhone connection and installation completed and request connection back to iTunes to complete.  This seemed to resolve the installation problems. New features that I will use: Cut, Copy & Paste  (I can’t believe they left this out of v2.0) Landscape Keyboard  (much better for my thumbs) MMS  (MMS support from AT&T coming in late summer) Spotlight Search  (really nice feature … even search in inbox … cool) Voice Memos  (Already had an app for this … but will try this one out) Improved Calendar  (I see no differences here) Internet Tethering  (Tethering is not currently offered in the US and some other countries) Stereo Bluetooth  (Now I can listen to Podcasts on my Bluetooth headset) Category: ISI Published: 6/18/2009 8:13 AM

Twitpocalypse is upon us!

Body: I found this interesting.  My Twitterrific application on my iPhone was affected by Twitpocalypse.  They just update the application with version 2.0.2 to resolve the problem.  Over 2 billion tweets … WOW. The Twitpocalypse is similar to the Y2K bug. The unique identifier associated to each tweet has now exceeded 2,147,483,647 1 For some of your favorite third-party Twitter services not designed to handle such a case, the sequence will suddenly turn into negative numbers. At this point, they are very likely to malfunction or crash. http://www.twitpocalypse.com/ Category: ISI Published: 6/16/2009 3:00 PM

Client question of the day: "If I drop my PC in the bathtub, will that erase all of the data on my hard drive?"

Body: Best answer from staff: “We recommend you unplug the PC first.” Follow up questions from client: “Would it help if I add bleach?” Category: Quotes Published: 6/7/2009 11:45 PM

I've been selected by Microsoft for the SBSC (Small Business Specialist Community) Advisory Board

Body: LITTLE ROCK, AR – 6/4/2009 – Robert Lindley has been selected by Microsoft for the SBSC (Small Business Specialist Community) Advisory Board for fiscal year 2009-2010.  The advisory board represents over 6,000 SBSCs across the country and includes one member from each of the Microsoft’s SMS&P areas.  Robert will be representing the 536 SBSCs in the South Central Area.  Members are to provide input to Microsoft on the pulse of the SMB market’s customers, partners, and focus.  Category: Microsoft SBSC Published: 6/4/2009 11:57 PM

Day two of my new exercise routine

Body: Gym at 6:15 AM Stretched 5 minutes Walked a mile 3 sets on each of the 8-Piece Strive Gym Equipment http://www.strivefit.com Racquetball 6:00 PM Tonight Category: My Health Published: 5/19/2009 12:23 PM