BBC's accidental interviewee is now on Wikipedia, plus 'Return of the iPod' and dumb joke...

I was just reading that Guy Goma, the person accidentally interviewed by the BBC in regards to the outcome of the Apple vs Apple court case, has his own page on Wikipedia.

He seems to have enjoyed quite a bit of fame since the interview and has appeared on TV several times since. Unfortunately the Wikipedia page also says that it has since been discovered that he has overstayed a tourist visa and may be deported due to being here illegally.

If it was on purpose that he stayed I bet he never thought he'd get found out by being put on national television!

Return of the iPod

So, I'd heard back about my broken iPod that I'd sent away. They said it had a faulty hard drive which was what I thought. I didn't bother getting it fixed as I'd rather spend money on a brand new iPod instead.

It arrived back yesterday and I thought I'd just try to sync it up once more, the darned thing synced uo and managed to copy all the music over without freezing!!! I tried it loads of time the other day and it hung every time! I also managed to listen to two podcasts without any problems, so far it's behaving itself, I think it's a matter of time before it goes funny again but I'll see how it goes.

Maybe it just wanted to go for a wee holiday? The fresh air in Brighton must have done the trick!

It was funny having no iPod for a few days, I'm so used to listening to it that it was hard not to go out and buy myself an iPod shuffle for 49 just so I could listen to podcasts! I resisted though :)

iJog, er, I mean iPod + Nike advert 

macTV videocast has a cool ad for the new Nike / Apple show, check it out here

Finally, what's the difference between Apple and Nike? Answer: one of them makes software and hardware but the other one just makes softwear. 

~Rick


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Originally published on 2006-05-25 01:21:27 by Rick Curran

Last edited on 2006-05-25 01:51:37 by Rick Curran

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