It seems that Apple just released their new iPod Shuffle today. VoiceOver seems to be the newest technology other than the new form-factor. They say its half-the-size of the previous one, and has a capacity of 4GB. In terms of color, its currently available in silver or black.
The only thing I’m worried about is that you have to use the built-in controls on the earphones that comes with it (or am I missing something?). That’s actually a pretty big one to weigh out.
That would suck if you’d like to use something else and/or replace it in the future. You won’t be able to Play, Pause, Skip, etc. Anyways, I personally wouldn’t buy this new one and would stick with the previous generation just because of the limitation of having to play songs only through the earphones.
I’m hoping I’m not the only one that finds this as a big concern.
So I just got home from a flight from SWA—I’m in LA now. As I’m trying to setup my Fantasy Baseball lineup for Saturday, I came across one of my pitchers’ news tidbit. It was for Germano; a Padres pitcher. Keep in mind, I haven’t seen ESPN or any sports news yet…
Jun 8 San Diego Padres SP Justin Germano (knee) was hit near his left knee by a foul ball off the bat of OF Hiram Bocachica in the third inning, Friday, June 8, against the Seattle Mariners, according to the Associated Press. After sacrificing Bocachica along, Germano went into the clubhouse, although he ended up staying in the game through five innings.
After reading this, the first thing that came across my mind was that the ball magically turned into a heat-seeking sidewinder. Yeah—exactly. How the heck did this happen, or even how the heck could it happen?
I mean, your on the mound, and you get hit by a “foul ball”?!?!
Damn. I just need to watch Sports Center.
Update: 5 minutes later. While trying to win some dough on Blingo, I searched for “Hiram Bocachica”. http://www.hirambocachica.com/ … Oh. HA! =) Maybe the writer of that snippet should’ve specified it was his own damn teammate. Just maybe. I mean come on, not everyone knows every teams’ players.