I listened to a music track online today and it was displayed as a waveform.
This reminded me of the early Mac days when I showed someone a sound recording program and she asked if after the music had been digitized it could have all the tracks from a cut separated out to play each one.
It has to be at least twenty-five years since then.
Barnes & Noble is trying to strike at Amazon with another device. At its labs in Silicon Valley last week, engineers were putting final touches on their fifth e-reading device, a product that executives said would be released sometime this spring. (A Barnes & Noble spokeswoman declined to elaborate.)
I wonder what that could be?
eInk? Color LCD? Pixel Qi? Mirasol? (I doubt Mirasol unless they have a Top Sekrit Second-Gen screen that’s good!)
Cheaper eInk Nook? Cheaper color Nook?
I was just wondering the other day about what both Barnes & Noble and Kobo could possibly introduce later this year, so an introduction as soon as Spring is very surprising.
Probably nothing more surprising than a 9″ or 10″ tablet.
Robert Hegyes, who played Juan Epstein on ’70s sitcom “Welcome Back, Kotter, died Thursday, the New Jersey Star-Ledger reports. Hegyes, who died of an apparent heart attack after suffering chest pains at his Metuchen, New Jersey home, was 60.
Hegyes had not been in good health for the past two years, his brother Mark Hegyes told the paper. The actor had suffered a previous heart attack in recent years.
Ah, Welcome Back, Kotter was a very, very strange sitcom. I loved it. And who could ever forget Juan Epstein?