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    • Oddly enough, Playing The Angel is a return to form for Depeche Mode, even though it may well be argued that they never truly deviated from their roots in their more recent offerings. In the

  • Aretha Sings the Blues

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    • While she didn't always have the best taste in song selection, Aretha Franklin is a must-study for anyone with interest in the human voice. She has the kind of powerful, recklessly passionate deliv

  • Physical Graffiti

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    • This album bears every flavor of genius from the five records that came before. It is, I believe, the band's finest. With Physical Graffiti, Zep came raging back to their musical home territory -- har
  • Supernature

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    • On their latest CD, Supernature, Goldfrapp has put together a successful mix of 1980-era New Romanticism, German cabaret, and T. Rex glam that leaves you riveted even through the album's lulls. It's a great amalgam that sounds current without sounding at all dated.

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    • It's an album about a breakup, done with beats instead of mopey lyrics. But the beats are raw, and the emotions are there, even if there aren't many words on top of it. While possibly not Scott Herren

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Stone Design Releases Twittelator Pro 3.0 for iPhone

On Wednesday, Andrew Stone of Stone Design released version 3.0 of Twittelator Pro, a Twitter client, for iPhone and iPod touch. New features, designed for iPhone OS 3.0, include the ability to record, edit and tweet video [iPhone 3G S] record, edit tweet and audio, copy/paste support and more.

The new version has been redesigned from the ground up and has these features:

  • Optimized for iPhone/Touch OS 3.0
  • Video: record, edit and tweet video [Requires iPhone 3G S]
  • Audio: record and tweet audio
  • Copy, Paste, Select, Select All and Undo text
  • Paste photo into tweet
  • Shake to undo composed tweets before publishing
  • Compose and send mail from within app
  • Full Video/Audio/Media Web browser
  • Get zoomable map of tweeter's location as map/satellite/hybrid

Twittelator Pro

In the screen shot above, the author describes how to tap a picture to bring up more info on that user. One can reply, private, copy, retweet, e-mail tweet and send to Instapaper by tapping the tweeter’s name, follow links, and even listen to MP3s.

Twittelator Pro 3.0 is immediately available from the App Store and is priced at US$4.99. Minimum system is iPhone OS 2.2.1. Video features require iPhone 3G S.

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