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  • Perverse

    • 8 out of 10
    • Jesus Jones
    • When you think of Jesus Jones, chances are you can't remember them at all, or you vaguely remember "Right Here, Right Now" because it has been use

  • Guero

    • 10 out of 10
    • Beck
    • Beck is the modern master of the groove, and Guero is merely the latest example of this. From the opening power chords of "E-Pro," to the Pac-Man cuteness of "Girl," to the dirge-like lullab

  • So Jealous

    • 8 out of 10
    • Tegan and Sara
    • So Jealous is the third album from these sisters, and easily the one to single out for an introduction to their music. Some people may not get on board with their vocal styles, which are slightly

  • Rock Spectacle

    • 8 out of 10
    • Barenaked Ladies
    • These guys know how to put on a live show, and whomever recorded this knows how to capture one. Rock Spectacle is one of the warmest-sounding recordings I've ever heard, and totally fills a room at a
  • Rift

    • 8 out of 10
    • Phish
    • This quasi-concept album (the only of its kind) from these Vermonters finally showcased their ability to convey a message with a studio album, whereas previously they only succeeded in doing so live.

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iPO Quick Tip

Fixing the Post-Leopard iCal Sync Blues

Apple did a pretty good job of making the iPhone share information seamlessly with your Mac. After upgrading to Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.5.1, however, an ugly seam appeared in the fabric that stopped some iPhones from properly syncing with iCal. Luckily, there is a fix.

Here’s the scenario:
Your iPhone synced without a hitch before upgrading to Leopard. Events whizzed back and forth between iCal and your iPhone without a hitch. After the upgrade, events in iCal make it to your iPhone, but events created on your iPhone never make it back to iCal.

Here’s the fix:

  • Make sure your iPhone is not connected to your Mac.
  • Quit iCal and iTunes.
  • Launch iSync. It’s hiding in your Applications folder.

  • iSync does more than sync your iPod and cell phone.
  • Select iSync > Preferences.
  • Click the Reset Sync History button.

  • Go to iSync’s preferences.
  • iSync will display a dialog explaining what happens when you reset the sync history. Go ahead and click the second Reset Sync History button.

  • Reset your sync history.
  • Quit iSync.
  • Connect your iPhone to your Mac.

All of the events that have been trapped on your iPhone should now sync back to your Mac again without any problems.

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