I know in previous posts I mentioned how I was looking forward to purchasing the new iPhone 4. It appears this antenna problem is a little larger then the people at Apple are letting on. Recently, Consumer Reports reviewed the iPhone 4 and could not recommend buying the device. While the phone does get high reviews, the antenna problem still holds back any recommendation from the famous consumer magazine. There will be a press conference today that some have rumored may involved a recall. Wow, for a company that usually "gets it right" it sure looks like Apple is dropping the ball here. It looks like I will stick with my old iPhone 3g for the time being.
So, how many of you have remember using an old style, card catalog? You know, you want to find a book in your local library, so you pull out the long drawers flipping through cards. Well those days are long gone of course (thankfully) and nearly all libraries use an electronic catalog system to keep track of their collections. Many of the school districts in Wayne County are using a system developed by Follett . It is a great system for school age children and prepares them for many of the advanced catalogs available in public and university libraries. Catalog software is quite expensive and really impractical for home libraries. Some book lovers may create their own spreadsheet or database to keep track of their books, however there is a great (free) tool online to not only catalog your books, but also meet and communicate with other book lovers online. The site librarything.com is a wonderful site that lets you catalog your own home library. Think of it as a "Facebook