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post #571 of 736
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Just did a quick search for "iPad Sleeve" and turned up a lot of options in your price range. http://www.etsy.com/search/handmade?search_submit=&ref=auto&q=ipad+sleeve&view_type=gallery&ship_to=US

I am sure if you get more specific, you can find something you like. I'll try and think of anything else I know of you may like too.
post #572 of 736
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Gizmodo is like The Onion....but way less funny.

There was a time, back in the day, when it was a good tech site. Not anymore.

The Verge is by far my favorite tech site these days. Engadget has it's moments, but really lost its heart when so many of the crew jumped ship.
post #573 of 736
Thanks, JMRouse.

I don't really like Engadget too much anymore, either. Recently discovered The Verge, and I'm subscribed to them now as well. How do you guys feel about BGR?
post #574 of 736
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Thanks, JMRouse.

I don't really like Engadget too much anymore, either. Recently discovered The Verge, and I'm subscribed to them now as well. How do you guys feel about BGR?

BGR was better before they got bought out. These days I don't read them much.
post #575 of 736
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The Verge is by far my favorite tech site these days. Engadget has it's moments, but really lost its heart when so many of the crew jumped ship.

Completely agree. I only read Engadget these days for the rare major review. I also like The Verge podcast and how they show you the time frame of subjects so you can skip to the stuff you care hearing about.

I don't read BGR. They spit out alot of bullshit rumors and there were a series of absurd editorials leading up to the iPhone 4S keynote last fall.

I read The Verge and Daring Fireball daily, Ars Technica, CNET, Wired, AllThingsD, and David Pogue a few times a week, Engadget, AnandTech only for major reviews. For my Apple fix I check out AppleInsider, Mac Rumors, and 9to5 Mac once or twice a day.
post #576 of 736
You guys should try out an RSS reader. Google Reader is good. Subscribe to everything, and then just skim through, and read the interesting stuff.
post #577 of 736
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Completely agree. I only read Engadget these days for the rare major review. I also like The Verge podcast and how they show you the time frame of subjects so you can skip to the stuff you care hearing about.

I don't read BGR. They spit out alot of bullshit rumors and there were a series of absurd editorials leading up to the iPhone 4S keynote last fall.

I read The Verge and Daring Fireball daily, Ars Technica, CNET, Wired, AllThingsD, and David Pogue a few times a week, Engadget, AnandTech only for major reviews. For my Apple fix I check out AppleInsider, Mac Rumors, and 9to5 Mac once or twice a day.

Our reading habits are fairly close to the same, other then the few Apple focused sites. I like those, but don't happen by them that often. I do love Daring Fireball.

The Vergecast is an excellent podcast. Much better then Engadget's new one. I also love This Week in Tech.

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You guys should try out an RSS reader. Google Reader is good. Subscribe to everything, and then just skim through, and read the interesting stuff.

I wish I could get into using an RSS reader. Always fall back on visiting the actual sites.
post #578 of 736
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I realized I had not checked out Incipio's offerings yet. They made the iPhone 4 case I have and it's a good product. After looking over the site, I think I will order this one in grey:

http://www.incipio.com/new-iPad-Cases/Incipio-new-iPad-Lexington-Hard-Shell-Folio-Case.asp

For those of you that can't live without a stylus, this case comes with one:

http://www.incipio.com/new-iPad-Cases/Incipio-new-iPad-Premium-KICKSTAND-Case-with-Stylus.asp
post #579 of 736
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Our reading habits are fairly close to the same, other then the few Apple focused sites. I like those, but don't happen by them that often. I do love Daring Fireball.
The Vergecast is an excellent podcast. Much better then Engadget's new one. I also love This Week in Tech.
I wish I could get into using an RSS reader. Always fall back on visiting the actual sites.

If you like Daring Fireball then make sure you listen to Gruber's weekly podcast 'The Talk Show'. I have mixed feelings about Gruber but his website is a good read for the most part.

I think the true talent of Engadget is gone and flourishing at The Verge. The Verge makes tight video reviews. I also like Topolsky a great deal.

Verge + Talk Show fulfill my tech podcast needs. I might check out TWIT down the road. Are you an iPhone user?
post #580 of 736
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If you like Daring Fireball then make sure you listen to Gruber's weekly podcast 'The Talk Show'. I have mixed feelings about Gruber but his website is a good read for the most part.

I think the true talent of Engadget is gone and flourishing at The Verge. The Verge makes tight video reviews. I also like Topolsky a great deal.

Verge + Talk Show fulfill my tech podcast needs. I might check out TWIT down the road. Are you an iPhone user?

Yes, I listen to Talk Show too. It's also been entertaining. I think Gruber can be a bit of a troll, he is also often right.

I used to listen to the Engadget Podcast when Peter Rojas and Ryan Block ran it. When Topolsky first took over it was different and I had to get used to the new style. Once they got into the swing of things they never looked back. Easily one of the best tech podcasts out.

I probably have way too many podcasts in my rotation. Hardly have time to listen to them all. TWIT is worth adding to yours if just for Leo and Dvorak. Show always has great guests too.
post #581 of 736
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Yes, I listen to Talk Show too. It's also been entertaining. I think Gruber can be a bit of a troll, he is also often right.
I used to listen to the Engadget Podcast when Peter Rojas and Ryan Block ran it. When Topolsky first took over it was different and I had to get used to the new style. Once they got into the swing of things they never looked back. Easily one of the best tech podcasts out.
I probably have way too many podcasts in my rotation. Hardly have time to listen to them all. TWIT is worth adding to yours if just for Leo and Dvorak. Show always has great guests too.

Rocking these podcasts on an iPhone?
post #582 of 736
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Yes, sorry. I have an iPhone 4.
post #583 of 736
where's that pocket protector.....
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You guys should try out an RSS reader. Google Reader is good. Subscribe to everything, and then just skim through, and read the interesting stuff.

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post #585 of 736
Just use google reader. I don't even bother much with Gizmodo any more. Engadget either since all the good writers left for The Verge. Basically, its just The Verge now. They all really recycle the same shit anyway.
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