Not Martha

links: technology

Why Does Vanity Fair Hate the Women of Twitter? – GeekWeek.

Cool Tools: Samson Go Mic.

Review: Rough EA Sports Active Whips Polished Wii Fit Workout | GameLife | Wired.com.

How to best transfer and keep a domain name I own? | Ask MetaFilter.

‘Broken Sword: Director’s Cut’ Point and Click Adventure Arrives for iPhone | Touch Arcade.

Seriously, if he kills me one more time, we are going to break up. (What are good video games for couples?) | Ask MetaFilter.

mirrormirror: Nook Review. A very helpful review of the Nook. I’m still using Stanza reader for the iPhone and, grudgingly, the Kindle for the iPhone when I need to. (Kindle has some exclusive content, but the Stanza is a far better user experience.)

Lively Ivy » Not That Question. A female indie game developer on the question of women and games. With a fantastic list of women and the independent games they’ve made.

· comments [4] · 01-26-2010 · categories:iphone · links · technology ·

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  • 1 Carrie // Jan 26, 2010 at 8:23 am

    I would just point out that the review of EA Sports active compares it to the original Wii Fit game, not Wii Fit Plus, which I’ve heard has fixed some of the complaints about the Wii Fit. I haven’t gotten the updated Fit Plus, but I’ve heard better things about it.

  • 2 megan // Jan 26, 2010 at 10:02 am

    Carrie – Thank you for the note! I will see if I can find a different comparison review.

  • 3 Paola // Jan 27, 2010 at 10:52 am

    Thanks for the mention! However, I did want to add that subsquent to writing my nook review I had the MOST horrific customer service experience with B&N, involving and hour and half of hold music and five different, equally incompetent, assistants. Their customer ‘service’ (and I use this term loosely) department is not geared up to help out on the nook AT ALL.

    As for the Wii Fit + and EA Sports Active, you’d be very welcome to drop by and try both of them out yourself. FWIW, I prefer the EA Sports Active…

  • 4 More Nice Mentions // Dec 3, 2013 at 4:12 pm

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