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Casey

Thanks Blake! On a roll lately, eh? :)

Greg

Can I put this one a CD? How?

I want to listen to it while I drive.

Hugh Roper

The link to the aac file is 404.

Blake Burris

Try the link again. It's hosted on archive.org. I tested it just now and am getting a download.

Blake Burris

Greg, To make a CD (assuming your using iTunes), insert a blank CD and then drag the track(s) you'd like to burn to the icon in the left sidebar of iTunes. Once you are satisfied with the items listed in that "playlist", click BURN in the upper right-hand of iTunes.

This file is a m4b protected format but I'm thinking it'll still burn. Call me cheap or lazy for not trying it out here on a 10¢ CD. Reply if you have problems. You may have to convert the track to MP3 format.

Blake Burris

Casey - Thanks! I was hoping someone would notice that the metamucil is working. A regular schedule of shows is what I want for CocoaRadio too. Having more control over recording and post-production has helped immensely. Hopefully with an Intel announement at MW, I can rev the portable recording setup someday soon.

Charles Parnot

Nice work, Blake!
The interview is really nice, and Wil Shipley has indeed interesting things to say. I loved the part on GC and autorelease, with which I agree so much. Wil Shipley is better on one-to-one conversation like this (or like in the DrunkenBlog interview), whereas he tends to overdo it in other setups with a large audience, like his blog or his talks (though I actually like this style too, it is in fact more on the funny side, just less "authentic").

Greg

Thanks, that worked!


Greg, To make a CD (assuming your using iTunes), insert a blank CD and then drag the track(s) you'd like to burn to the icon in the left sidebar of iTunes. Once you are satisfied with the items listed in that "playlist", click BURN in the upper right-hand of iTunes.

This file is a m4b protected format but I'm thinking it'll still burn. Call me cheap or lazy for not trying it out here on a 10¢ CD. Reply if you have problems. You may have to convert the track to MP3 format.


Thom

Wow that was a great interview with Wil Shipley. Talk about motivation. Nice Job. Props to you.

anoncoward

Didn't the Booxter app have iSight barcode reading for books well before Delicious Library? Why did Wil seem to want to make so much out of the the fact that he did this first and that he invented it? Does anyone know who really was first here?

Lee

On "Yellow Box"... I think it would be crazy/cool if I could create an app in Xcode then have it run in Windows and Mac OS. I could then create apps at from a Mac and not have to suffer with using a Windows box.

I know this is a pipe-dream, but dreams are good ya know!

Derek

@anoncoward:

There have been many camera-based barcode readers before. The Delicious Library version is vastly superior since it's fast and easier to use.

With all other bar code readers for cameras you have to take a picture and then wait for some bar code scanning algorithm. If the algorithm doesn't work, then you have to start over. The benefit of Delicious Library is that it scans thousands of times per minute very fast so all you'd have to do is tilt or move it a few millimeters and it can work.

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