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    • tinnion it is an interesting topic. glad we had the chat. btw, This conversation is an example of the benefits of podcasting/audio boo, I can wander round the site looking to hear what interesting things people say and pick up a conversation days if not months down the line (as it was in this case) . it would be cool to expose a feed for the comments on audio boo (if there isn't already one) so it's easier to find other conversations likes this happening on the site. I think i'll visit the forum to raise a suggestion :) i am on twitter - same name, tinnion, so please follow me there. :)
    • skattyadz Good conversation here, I'm afraid we may have exhausted all there is to say on the matter! I can see how that makes sense for you. I happen to be on a rolling contract with o2 that gets me unlimited data, and I have a 3gs so it can just about handle the load, although it isn't the ideal device for the job. I hate asking people for their wifi keys also. and I wouldn't use the iPad on the tube either. Not a blogger. I gave it a go, before, but not too keen on releasing a personal journal type ting any more. I do have a site waiting to be released, but I want it to be much more a log of my creations or discoveries. And software I release, or workarounds to computer errors et cetera. The kinds of things I find myself googling for a lot of the time. Are you on twitter? I'm glad we had this conversation here, as it is most definitely over 140 characters!
    • tinnion good response fella. well done for typing all that on your iphone. Not sure I would have the patience :) I totally agree with your points about the need for yet another 3G device/tariff. My need for the 3G is driven primarily by how and where I use the device, and my desire to pack light. 1. Usage pattern I mostly use my iPad away from home. I don't have an office (except at home) so when I am out, taking my own WIFI/3G is super handy and affords personal freedom to work from anywhere + I can avoid imposing on a client for a WIFI key in a first meeting. I rarely use the iPad on the train, because people do look over your shoulder :) Their curiosity is bearable when you're reading a book or newspaper but not work material or personal email. I'd never use the iPad on the tube because of fear of it being damaged or stolen but that's just me being over cautious. 2. 3G costs I have a rolling 1 month contract on 3. I wouldn't sign up for anything that would tie me in for longer. I have considered changing to PAYG on 02 but the mobile network can get congested in Reading town centre so I think i'll stick with 3. The cost is only £7.50 which I see as the price of forgoing a couple of (cheapish) beers per month which I can live with (just) :D 3. Battery life / Packing lite The 10 hour battery life is just amazing and makes all the difference because I can leave the charger at home. If the MIFI or my mobile could last that long then I would definitely be less inclined to buy the 3G version + the mobile data package. I sometimes take a notebook pc with me too because I need to run certain apps, but I have take the charger for that (4 hour battery life). To solve this issue, I am thinking about running more apps in the cloud and looking to try out VNC or other remoting tool to see if that works (wishful thinking) - i'd need WIFI access to do this otherwise i'd need a 2nd mortgage to cover the 3G bill :) btw. if you're a blogging kind of fella, feel free to include my comments if you write about the iPad.
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    • cbrueggenolte Hi, SuperDuper hat auch mein Backup hervorragend erstellt. Aufpassen sollte man beim Incrementellen Backup. Das hat meine Datei leider gelöscht. Und so durfte ich das Backup nochmals anfertigen. Hier also etwas aufpassen. Fullbackups sind aber echt super. WIe er gesagt hat, man kann dann sehr einfach von der FW Platte booten und SEIN system an fast jedem Mac benutzen. mfg
    • Flondy hoffentlich hat keine meiner Raubkatzen eine Maus unter meinen schreibtisch gelegt^^
    • rosenkrieger SuperDuper! ist kostenlos - nur wenn du SmartUpdates bzw. Scheduled Backups willst kaufst du es ( was ich getan habe ) SuperDuper! erstellt Bootbare Backups während TimeMachine Backups nicht direkt bootbar sind. So kannst du jederzeit direkt von einem SuperDuper! Backup starten ohne neue Installation.
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    • buddhamagnet Good idea man. I guess one way around that is to subscribe to the feed in iTunes ATM ie mine is: http://audioboo.fm/users/229/boos/followed.atom ...hey presto, iTunes boos FTW. Doesn't help for mobile I suppose in which case use something like RSS Player (or Android equiv) and paste in the feed. That way you should be able to listen offline. Any good?