Sep 17th 2011 1:53PM I think as a mage, I should be able to learn to port/make portals to anywhere I've been. make it a finite number available at any one time, so I have to unlearn some to relearn others when I reach a cap, but still -- this would be so useful for everyone. want to get to winterspring or netherstorm? ask around, maybe a Mage can port you there!
Sep 17th 2011 1:48PM in addition to that, I think tailors, blacksmiths, etc should be able to repair their own armor! make me buy some mats, fine, but why is it that I can make an embersilk bag, but I can't sew up a hole in my robe?
Jun 1st 2011 5:23PM well, you have a good point there, lol.
Jun 1st 2011 4:06PM it IS interesting to note that all the hardware in that video is all apple products.
May 24th 2011 3:14PM goodreader is awesome. so is evernote. i use them both, and love them both.
May 24th 2011 9:55AM the last tip is one i stumbled across myself on my ipad1, and i've been killing apps as a matter of habit for about a month now. i can attest that it really does help the battery life.
May 23rd 2011 3:44PM except that visa is now a partner with square, so they must be on board with this. they shouldn't complain, since they are still making something off of this, i would assume.
May 19th 2011 6:49PM another loseit user here -- for 2 years now. have lost (and kept off) about 25 pounds. i'll second everything that james (#1) said. it really made me realize where my calories came from, and how much food a proper serving is for everything i eat.
but i call shenanigans on this "foodish" app -- just from the photo of it. that coffee is a "smiley"? no way. all that chocolate and cream in a coffee would be a big calorie hit, and there's no way a photo of something could judge either way.
May 16th 2011 8:25PM this was my first thought, too: something for mobile me, or their cloud music thing.
May 11th 2011 3:18PM i was going to say Square, too. revolutionary.