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    KooLKYLE : Mon 12th Dec 2011 : 9 years ago

    hey today i tested to see what it was like logging in using a iphone... looked 100% with the layout and i managed to create a forum post no problem then i edited the details on one of my tracks aswell :) but it would be great if it was able to play some stuff :) is it possible.. ?

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    Looperman : Mon 12th Dec 2011 : 9 years ago

    At the moment no as we use a flash player to play the audio.

    in future though it will be possible when I change how the players work. its a tough one though to find the best method that covers all phones / platforms etc as we use mp3 files.

    HTML 5 and javascript has some options and is the way things will go in future

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    yeshintae : Mon 12th Dec 2011 : 9 years ago

    I play tracks on me phone ALL tha time...
    I can even download... That's tha beauty of
    NOT selling out to Apple and that S**THOLE
    of a company... DON'T SUPPORT APPLE DESTROY

    F**K APPLE

    Peace from LA

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    Seaside : Sat 5th May 2012 : 9 years ago

    I have to say that I am quite happy with my iPod. If I plug my Sennheiser in I am in another world ^^. It's a very complete product. For downloading I just use my laptop. I use the iPod for music, Facebook and such.

    Way overpriced though... €170,- is ridiculous...

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    theHumps : Sat 5th May 2012 : 9 years ago

    I can't wrap my head around the thought of spending all this money on products that do the same function of something you already own. I do own a digital camera, it also functions as a video recorder.

    A computer can download and play tracks. It can send emails. You can use your daws to create music on them. You don't need any other ipad or phone with apps that do those already have that capability with your computer!

    I have no need to blow my money on an overpriced phone that you can text, take pictures, record music..... My cell phone is just that, a phone. Need to text, I write an email on my computer, no need to pay for text and data usage. My phone was free.

    Ipad, in my opinion is a big waste of money. If you want portability, get a laptop, which I own. Then you have all the power you need to do everything those other devices do. When I am out of my house, I don't want or need to be online. I have enough self control and mental stability to be able to wait to use my computer when I get home. Honestly it's just not a necessity to buy these items but consumerism is so out of control that the buying public are suckered into buying these unnecessary devices.

    I see people on their ipads waiting for their pizza being cooked and it's like they would just die if their electronic device wasn't somehow touching some part of their skin. What is the fascination of being online every minute and where it encompasses every single moment of your life? I just don't get it.

    I really do feel sorry for all that think these product actually benefit you in some way. To me it only benefits the company that has stolen your money. Wake up people!

    OK, My rant is done, lol!

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    Planetjazzbass : Sat 5th May 2012 : 9 years ago

    Hey mate..I get on the train all the time and see groups of kids talking to each other with their phones,and their in the same carriage!....the world has gone mad (well madder,it always has been)

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    Seaside : Sat 5th May 2012 : 9 years ago


    Yeah, my younger brother is one of those kids... He has an iPad, an iPod AND a laptop.

    I am very happy with a cheap mobile phone which I have for seven years now. It still works and whatever happens, it will keep working. The iPod is for listening music (I really consider it luxury... I could have bought a cheap mp3 player and be happy) and the laptop is for everything else.

    Something which annoys the hell out of me are those people who are texting each other ALL THE DAMN TIME. A few of my friends can't leave their phones in their pockets for a few minutes. When we are just drinking a beer for example, they spend more time on texting back than actually conversating with the people around them.

    I mean... what is so much fun about having your girlfriend around you all the time, more or less? Not to mention it is just rude...

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    theHumps : Sat 5th May 2012 : 9 years ago

    I watched a video on PBS(Public Broadcasting Service) all about the digital media age. The younger generation is growing up and lacking personal interaction skills due to spending so much time online and not with real humans. The study found that boys and young men aren't even dating compared to 15 years ago. Kids spend more time playing video games, watching porn, texting and on social media outlets so much that they are lacking personal skills and not moving out on their own until their 20's.

    I think growing up without all this technology was the deal breaker. I am so glad I'm not a kid these days.

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    Unknown User : Sat 5th May 2012 : 9 years ago

    couldn't agree more with u theHumps! ;) If you can't be satisfied with what you already have, than you won't be satisfied with anything else.

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    Mahloo13 : Sun 6th May 2012 : 9 years ago

    Man you guys are going crazy over something you shouldn't care so much about! Who cares what the neighbors do, or the teenagers, or the rest of the's their choice their life.....move on.

    I agree however with the fact that the digital era killed the perspective of the younger generations but not everywhere and not in considerable levels.

    @Yesh - They must have done something really bad to you! HAHAHAA!

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    smallpaul : Sun 6th May 2012 : 9 years ago

    @ Yeshintae what phone do you have there mate?? Im contemplating getting the Samsung galaxy s2.

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    theHumps : Sun 6th May 2012 : 9 years ago

    @ Mahloo I can’t recommend ignorance as a solution to a huge problem that is developing these days from the digital age that is upon us. Please, all of you, watch this video called Digital Nation on Frontline, a reputable investigation program on PBS.

    If that link doesn’t work use this one and scroll down and click “more full episodes” until you see Digital Nation.

    Terms like: dumming down the world, drinking the cool aid, multitasking is a distraction and creates false beliefs, chronic multitasking creates significantly slower analytical reasoning and creates people who are unable to think clearly, drunk driving is safer than texting and driving, causalities of the digital revolution .... are used to described what is happening in our culture because of the growing use of technology in this world.

    Your quote “going crazy over something you shouldn’t care about” is just the reaction that is creating this world wide problem. Now I don’t expect everyone to know everything about what is going on in the world, I know I don’t, I just think people need to get a grip on reality and spending every waking moment online, thinking its normal and attached to a computer like device is just totally bazaar.

    One of the studies done shows that kids aren’t academically capable as they were before the digital age and the older they get reading and writing skills decline. And you think that isn’t something that need to be addressed or unimportant. Man, why would you think such a thing?

    Peoples attention span has dwindled to nothing in this digital age. Eight years ago I discovered Buddhism and one of its main ideas is to be able to focus on ONE thought at a time and not to let yourself become distracted by other thoughts, like meditation for example. This show discussed distraction. Being able to focus on one thing at a time creates a smarter, more enjoyable and more satisfying life.

    Watch the video and maybe you will see the problem that is happening globally. That is if you can keep focused on one thing for about 50 minutes and not get distracted. ; )

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    Mahloo13 : Sun 6th May 2012 : 9 years ago

    @Wayne - Maybe my first phrasing and the way I've formulated my sentence made it look as if I'm being harsh. Now I don't know about the States but there are plenty of people in Europe that still pick up a book and read it, young and old, people that have computers and iPad's and iPhone's and loads of time to enjoy/abuse them to the maximum, teenagers still gather around and play football, basketball and other recreational sports and they are doing them on a daily basis, they still interact by shaking their hands and saying stupid jokes instead of BUZZ-ing someone over the messenger and using the rolling man emoticon.

    If you would have read my first post a bit more carefully you would have seen I've mentioned "I agree however with the fact that the digital era killed the perspective of the younger generations but not everywhere and not in considerable levels"

    Once you watch a video/read an article your opinions are biased (in a certain percent) by what you have just read/viewed and your perception, over the things that are being related to you, is emphasized.

    We like it or not technology is slowly dragging us in the future.

    "Dumming down the world" ? Come on now the average teenager is pretty intelligent nowadays.

    I never said I didn't agree with the effect technology and internet is having upon a certain percent of people however I must also add that the benefits of technology should also be noted.

    Anyways just my opinion, no need to jump on my head for stepping up and expressing it.

    Now about my own capability of keeping focus on one thing for 50 minutes without being distracted....well actually nevermind that...let's talk about your capability of accepting a different point of view, other than your own.

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    Mahloo13 : Sun 6th May 2012 : 9 years ago

    Anyways back on topic! The Samsung S2 is pretty cool.

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    Looperman : Sun 6th May 2012 : 9 years ago

    weird how this thread went from one subject to another completely different one in such a short time

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    Mahloo13 : Sun 6th May 2012 : 9 years ago

    Doesn't the iPhone have a flash player?

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    theHumps : Sun 6th May 2012 : 9 years ago

    Sorry it went a little off topic Shan. Maybe you could swing these posts to a new forum in "Rants and Raves"

    @ Mahloo Ya, sorry if there was any misunderstandings. I am not trying to argue with you, just trying to let people be informed of the downfalls and trappings of digital technology. The video was edited since I last saw it, a lot was removed but it should make people see the impact of technology and where it is going in the future. It is about an hour and a half, not 50 minutes.

    Now I'm not against technology, it is just that it doesn't rule my world, I know it's place in my life. I love the site TED, it's about tech, arts and sciences and design, short talks about these things. I am a member on only a couple music sites, not on facebook or twitter or any other social media. Only being on a few sites limits my time I spend on the internet. I can't imagine spending all my time trying to monitor music on 7, 8, 9 different music sites. My life is just too damn important to waste it on facebook or twitter and trying to make myself known to the entire world. I just don't have that big of an ego. And you know, people all around the world think that is normal to be so wrapped up in being online and being heard. It worries me, it really does.

    I use the computer as a tool for music production, photoshop and things like that.I agree, people still read books, obviously not as much as before. The vid talks about that, in the video it talks about the brain when reading a book and playing a video game, interesting results.

    Yes "dumming down the world", multitasking is "dumming down the world". Watch the video, its all explained. MIT in Cambridge MA is studying it. The video will wake you up and hopefully make you believe what is actually happening rather than believing what you think. That is a paraphrase of a Buddhist teaching, don't believe everything you think.

    Watch the vid. Like I said, no hard feelings,I like a good discussion, especially when it involves and effects most every person on earth.

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    theHumps : Sun 6th May 2012 : 9 years ago

    What's that saying on the statue in the movie Animal House?

    "Knowledge is Good"


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    Mahloo13 : Sun 6th May 2012 : 9 years ago

    No hard feelings involved. I'm just very neutral on the subject! It has it's pro's and it's cons like everything else.

    Off for now! Cheers!

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    theHumps : Sun 6th May 2012 : 9 years ago

    No problem my friend. You are absolutely right, there is good and bad here.

    I want to read the book mentioned in the vid called "The Dumbest Generation", lol, sounds like an interesting read.

    All that I've mentioned here is just what the vid talks about, none of this comes from my opinion, only from what the reporters and researches found. Also it was Stanford University that did the studies on multitasking.

    I will email you later about the track we are working on.

    Later Mahloo!

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