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Frank Bisono

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  • Nate, What makes this headset good for podcasting is primarily the price. The noise cancelling capabilities are a great bonus as well, and since it's USB, there's no need to go out and buy a mixer or any additional gear to get started in podcasting. With this headset and Garage Band on a Mac, you would be set. If you decide podcasting is your thing and you get more serious, then you can look at more robust "professional" solutions as time goes on. Hope this helps.

    VoIP Headset Sale at Amazon
    Posted on: February 27, 2006 at 10:13 pm on Gear Live - 2 comments total

  • Great catch William! Thanks for the info. I will look into the icelink as well and see how that integrates with iDrive. From what I hear, there isn't anything on the market that works specifically with the iDrive, I was getting all giddy about the DICE unit actually working. I will take your recommendation on the BMW and hope to be able to write up a review on it by this summer. I'm going to wait a few more months before ordering it (and it will take 6 weeks to get here after that). Thanks again!

    Put Some DICE In Your Ride
    Posted on: February 06, 2006 at 10:19 pm on Gear Live - 2 comments total

  • Andy, Yes, my head has been known to be up my ass occasionally, but I assure you, it was quite out in the open for this post. I was just goofin with you on your spelling man, guess that didn't come across just right. One correction though - I don't think anyone has declared bloggers as "media" as of yet, and as such, I don't pretend to be a journalist. I am an enthusiast that happens to write about things that make me tick. Pretty much like most other bloggers out there I suspect. Although Joystiq is a great site, it's a BLOG - not MEDIA. As such, I would rank them only slightly more "reputable" than a typical blog, only because they belong to a large network. When you tell me your source is the New York Times, CNN, or even CNET, that is what I call a reputable source. And even those big boys have gotten things wrong or reported them late. So in short...chill bro. Take the site for what it is, just another source of information to feed your tech fix. Remember that most of us don't live on the net 24/7 (although it seems like it) and have other responsibilities. This is a HOBBY for most of us, not a job (at least not a full time one). Sometimes we'll report things that are out of date, but are still pretty darn cool. If you beat us to the headline...then jump to the next post. Heck, if you are that up to speed, maybe drop us a tip or two and we'll even give you kudos for it. Peace...

    Xbox 360 Banned Ad: Video
    Posted on: January 31, 2006 at 10:09 pm on Gear Live - 2 comments total

  • Andy, Wow....please excuse us for not being uber cool and knowing the day this video was released on the "intarweb" - whatever that is. Yes, this news was broken back in November by Adjab here: http://www.adjab.com/2005/11/22/the-xbox-360-ad-youve-been-waiting-for/ However, after extensive searching for your "reputable" news site (which you conveniently fail to mention), we found that the MAJORITY of sites reporting on this happen to also have picked it up within the past week, NOT back in November. Example: http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=29235 http://www.ifilm.com/ifilmdetail/2684604?htv=12 http://www.techshout.com/gaming/2006/25/microsoft-bans-super-cool-xbox-360-video-ad/ So just exactly what blog are your reading or referring to that has this corrected information? Again, after an exhaustive search, I have yet to find a single source that claims this ad being pulled by MSFT was false. The only "conjectured" comments here seem to be your own. Either way, the video rocked, it was cool as hell, and made people laugh. I don't see the problem.

    Xbox 360 Banned Ad: Video
    Posted on: January 31, 2006 at 6:44 pm on Gear Live - 2 comments total

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