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November 6th, 2007

(no subject) @ 02:30 pm

The more I use my Zune - both the device and the desktop software - the more I like it. One of my favorite features is video play lists. I can set up a list of clips I want (today it's video podcasts from GeekBrief.tv) start it playing and watch them all back to back. With iTunes software I had to watch each one separately, so I'd get distracted from whatever I was working on to change episodes. And when they're only a few minutes each, streaming is much more enjoyable.

Does anyone know where I can find "Zune is Love" and "Knitting is Love" colorbars to add to my user profile?
 
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From:(Anonymous)
Date:November 7th, 2007 07:47 pm (UTC)

Which version of GBTV do you watch?

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Thanks for watching GeekBrief.TV on your Zune. Which version do you subscribe to? I'm expecting to get a Zune 2 to review in the next couple of days, and I'm looking forward do it.

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From:starsongky
Date:November 7th, 2007 10:19 pm (UTC)

Re: Which version of GBTV do you watch?

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Right now I'm subscribed to the small iPod version through iTunes. I definitely plan on switching to one of the higher resolution Windows Media formats when the Zune 2 launch adds podcast support. (I'll probably dump iTunes then, I only use it for a podcast catcher anyway.)
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From:starsongky
Date:November 7th, 2007 10:25 pm (UTC)

Re: Which version of GBTV do you watch?

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I'm using a brown Zune 30 (1st generation) now, got it for $100 from Woot.com a couple of weeks ago. They had the brown ones for $80 a week later, and gave discount codes to previous brown purchasers, so we got a second one for my husband to replace his PSP that our son lost. We ended up getting the pair for $160.

He's got software to recode DVDs for Zune, I've got the full run of Firefly and the Serenity movie on mine along with 2000+ songs, around 150 photos, and assorted video/audio podcasts, and I'm still only using 18 gigs out of 30.

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