This is more of a wakeup call to the music magazines out there. You need to stop what you are doing in print. You need to hire an iPad developer and make an iPad version of your magazine stat.
This is just one example of the Wired iPad application and what it is doing. In just one day it is already at the top of the top paid iPad applications Every article is in the magazine, but for the iPad there are some enhancements. Such as music to articles, videos and some interactive elements. It is priced exactly the same as the magazine is priced, which i subscribe to. If they can someday get a subscription, that equals the print subscription or less (minus printing costs). The magazine iPad applications will surely take off.
I love the wired app, and I have already shown it to everyone as a great example of what the iPad can do. And what is possible with some thinking. I can’t wait till my favorite music magazine has an app, and i can listen watch and read the review of the latest wu-tang cd. Think about it, awesome.
This skate video looks hype. Im sure its been out awhile, but i barely ever watch skate videos anymore. Why don’t they hook up with apple and do video distribution over the internets. Thats the future right der.
Is there that much of a demand for karaoke that comcast needs to make it an option to have it on demand? I do have to admit that the commercials are funny with Mr. T breaking down the wall of the guy singing in the shower. Mr. T should be knocking him out and saying, why do you need karaoke on demand anyways. Are people doing karaoke in there showers? How many times have you even been to someones house and they had a karaoke machine setup, that people were actually using it!
I know of a few friends, TWO, who have a karaoke machine in there house and both of them are getting really dusty. I remember when they got a karaoke machine, the whole house was excited about it. But no one got the balls enough to use it, so it never got used.
I don’t understand karaoke anyways, I have never seen anyone who just had to do karaoke right then and there. Do people just like to listen to music without words? So they can just input there own words?