I found this new site (for me) for the iPhone. Today’s iPhone has excellent application reviews, tips and videos.
As I’m typically the last one to know and utilize the true potential of my iPhone, I’ve decided to make a conscious effort to try to understand how to use my iPhone better. I took the first step this weekend when I upgraded my 3GS to IOS 4.01
BTW, it’s official, my family is now officially a Mac Family.. Apple related products outnumber any PC based laptop and desktops in my techno savvy home. I find that at least once or twice a week I’m at the Appleinsider site.
I’ve updated my side links for iPhone…
Even my wife who is/was a techno-phobe, is giddy with her Mac Pro. Now that my older daughter has her new Mac Pro, I’m the one that’s left back being a PC!
So get this our stash of apple products scattered all over my house:
- Multiple iPhones (2G and 3GS)
- 1 iTouch
- 1 Nano
- I iPod Classic
- Multiple Mac Pro Plus
- 1 iPod Shuffle
- 1 Video iPod (Dead)
Scary part of all this is that I’m envious of the girls with their Mac Pro’s that I know that sooner or later, I will be making the same leap and dumping my Dell and becoming an all Mac family. I guess, I’ll be making more frequent trips to the “happiest place in the world” (The Apple Store) .
I guess, if you can’t beat them… better to join them!
Disclosure: Dad’s taxi is providing this posting as a courtesy to the authors and their first venture into publishing!
I’d like to present a unique opportunity for my readers to order a book and DVD on Hinduism. This book and DVD is a complete “hands-on” instructional that parents can read and view with their children on all facets of Hinduism.
This book and DVD has been authored by Ravi Gaonkar and Padma Shandas and is available for purchase @www.rutusarang.com.
The cost is only $28 in Us and Canada including postage.
Dad’s taxi is providing this introduction as a benefit to my South Asian readers and their families.
The Book: Provides glimpses of India’s long and rich culture, history, philosophy and religions. There are discussions on the contributions of South Asians in the fields of Mathematics, Medicine, Literature, Music and the performing arts. Biographies of notable personalities who have left their mark on the rich diversity of Indian culture are also discussed.
The FAQ’s and comprehensive glossary on Hinduism is a must read! Both the FAQ’s and the glossary will provide insights into the Hindu culture that everyone will find insightful.
The DVD: This is a full instructional video of Shlokas in Sanskrit with subtitles inEnglish on various prayers and their meanings. Every chapter of the DVD is enriching to everyone, regardless of their knowledge on practicing Hinduism in their daily life!
The DVD introduces the practice of prayers utilizing (39) Sanskrit Shlokas.
Announcing the publication of a Book + DVD combination in September of 2010!
“Lighting the Way to My Heritage”