Digg and CSS Overload

I don’t know how many people use Digg that actually come to my site, but I thought I would rant about it. I love Digg, I usually goto it 5-10 times a day and see what’s new. Digg is a lot better than Slashdot since it is controlled by the users…. well Slashdot might be one up as they moderate their frontpage articles, as for Digg everyone that comes across a CSS site seems they need to create an article about. Why people are doing this I just don’t understand, I mean for the most part, if I am going to look for help on CSS I will prob check alistapart.com, csszengarden.com or hit up trusty old google. Anyways this is to all the people out there that think they need to post about every CSS site they come across… DONT.

Web Based streaming MP3 Jukebox

With mp3act you are able to listen to your music collection through your home stereo or from a remote computer anywhere in the world via the streaming capabilities. Allow friends and family to listen to your music without allowing them to download it.

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Apple releases iTunes 4.8

Apple today released iTunes 4.8, an update to its digital music jukebox software and its client for the iTunes Music Store. Version 4.8 includes new Music Store features and support for transferring contacts and calendars from your computer to your iPod (requires Mac OS X version 10.4 on your computer), according to the documentation.

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