Better late than never. It seems like Jay‑Z did a cameo and joined Kanye at the latter end of the Glow in the Dark Tour in Madison Square Garden (August 6, 2008). Then, after their performance of Jockin’ Jay‑Z, Jay‑Z announces his next project, Blueprint 3. Sick.
For the DMB fans in all of us:
Dave Matthews Band’s entire performance at the Mile High Music Festival on Sunday, July 20, 2008 will be webcast live in the AT&T blueroom. For a complete webcast schedule, click here. Please note that all times listed are in Eastern Time.
Mile High Music Festival presented by SanDisk is scheduled to take place just outside of Denver, CO at the Outer Fields of Dicks Sporting Goods Park on July 19–20, 2008. DMB will perform as top bill on Sunday, July 20th, while Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers will headline the festival on Saturday, July 19th. Other artists in the lineup include John Mayer, The Black Crowes, O.A.R., Michael Franti and Spearhad, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Steve Winwood, Colbie Caillat, The Roots and many more! Mile High Music Festival tickets are still available, visit the official Mile High Music Festival website for complete information.
Some people have asked me how I took the screenshot of the EverNote app (in this post) via iPhone. Other than getting some help via Google search results, it’s pretty much as simply doing the following:
- First, hold down the HOME-button,
- Then press the ON/OFF-button (aka. SLEEP/WAKE)
You will then see your screen flash quickly. After that, your new screenshot should now available at: Photos > Camera Roll!
I hope that helps.
One of the best looking iPhone Apps I’ve seen that’s free so far. Dope logo. It seems to have lots of great reviews as well.
After 7‑hours of hard work (standing in-line and being back at my pad from Apple Store Emeryville), the SMS Texting feature on my iPhone 3G doesn’t seem to work. At first, I thought it was an iPhone 3G issue.
Since opening the box, and activating ate with Genius Hugh’s help, it hasn’t been shutdown at all. So I tried re-powering it thinking that it might solve the issue and have SMS updated and turned on. That didn’t work.
The next step I then took was to call 611 and filtered on to iPhone support. After about 30-minutes of hold time I was finally able to get through and talk to a tech. Seconds later, I was told that it possibly is on AT&T’s side and was transferred to the AT&T After-hours Support Line 866–801-3600
That’s the first thing that I got from an automated answering machine Op (as if I haven’t waited enough). Anyways, the tech support person was able to review it and it seems that the SMS plan activation never made it, even though it says I have/am on for the 1500 monthly plan.
That did it regardless. So, I hope this helps out people who happen to be in the same boat.