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TechCrunch: Twitter buying TweetDeck {}

May 4th 2011 8:35AM why is TechCrunch in the title of a TUAW post?!?! You don't do this for any other of your sources. Are your Aol. overlords making you do this? If you need help, please send messages to your location in complicated Mac-ese, which they will not understand.

Win a 16GB Wi-Fi iPad from TUAW {}

May 3rd 2010 3:32PM Can former bloggers win? ;-)

iPhone apps I paid for but don't use {}

Jul 25th 2009 4:53PM I asked my readers and Twitter followers to weigh in on what apps they regret buying a little over a week ago (which seems similar to what this post is about, Dave... ;-) ) and I compiled all the replies I received into a list at the end of the post. Feel free to add these there too if you like ;-)

Engadget's recession antidote: win one of 100 Microsoft Windows 7 pre-order discount codes! {Engadget}

Jun 25th 2009 12:12PM I have an HP tablet that is my wife's that needs this.

Overheard@E3: Kudos to Kudo's Wii burn {Joystiq}

Jun 1st 2009 4:20PM You've misquoted him. I did too, but I knew "couch" and "pre-programmed" were dead wrong when I read this. I did a search and the consensus is that he said: “This isn’t the kind of game where you just end up on the sofa using some kind of preset waggle commands,” Tsunoda

Overheard@E3: Kudos to Kudo's Wii burn {Joystiq}

Jun 1st 2009 4:08PM I had it down as: "this isn't a game where you end up on the sofa just using some preset waggle commands"

Apple to replace water-damaged iPhones via out-of-warranty service {}

May 5th 2009 1:17PM This policy has been in effect for a while now. When returning from Christmas 2007, my wife spilt water into her first generation iPhone while we were flying to LA. We went to the Apple Store on the Promenade in Santa Monica and they replaced her iPhone with a refurbished one for $100 off retail and renewed her contract's start date.

I should note that no one knew about the policy until we spoke with a Genius at the Genius Bar, so that may be why some people didn't think it existed.

A musical scratchpad on your iPhone {}

Dec 22nd 2008 2:29PM You should check out FourTrack instead of Loopy. It is an actual 4-track recorder, it records high quality 44.1Khz and you can download .WAV versions of the tracks over wifi to your Mac / PC via a web browser.