We all know and love Flipboard for iPad, but the main problem for me is that you cant import your rss into the app. and lets face it building a OPML file of differents rss its a huge pain in the butt.
Infact i love wikio because they have people indexing new blogs, creating categories, and building an algorithm able to detect the main subject of a blog not only by a single keyword.
Lets come back to FlipBoard, yes they have some curations there, infact they propose some “Tech influencers” and other list there but the problem is that those “tech influencers” tweets some time are personal.
well let me break down for you my way to import a specific Wikio feed :
-go to Wikio and search for a topic of your interest (Apple, Android or others)
-get the Rss of that category
-go to twitterfeed and feed this Rss into a new twitter account
-go to your usual twitter account and follow the specific twitter account you just created and put him into a new list
-go to FlipBoard in your iPad and add a new section and add the new list you just created
Voilà you now have a new way to get your news into Flipboard
Sent from my iPad (aka sorry for the spelling errors and typos)

To create an iTunes App Store account without a credit card please follow the steps below. In order to create an account without a credit card, you must make sure you are in the App Store, not the iTunes Store.

Note: You can also create an account on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

If you already have an account, choose Store > Sign Out.

Pick your country by clicking on the country flag located in the bottom right corner of the main iTunes Store page.

If your country also has an iTunes Store, you’ll need to navigate to the App Store by clicking on App Store from the top navigation bar. If not, proceed to step 4.

Important: Before proceeding to the next step, you must purchase a free application by clicking ‘Free App’.

Click create new account.

Click Continue.

You’ll need to read and agree to the iTunes Store Terms & Conditions. Make sure you check the box next to where it says “I have read and agree to the iTunes Terms and Conditions.”

Click Continue.

Enter your email address, create your password, continue to create and answer your security question, then enter your birthday.

Click Continue.

Select None as the payment option.

Continue to fill out the required name and address fields.

You’ll then see a screen that says ‘Verify your Account’. Click Done and then check your email for a verification email from iTunes Store.

Open the email and click on the link enclosed in the email to activate your account.

Once you click on the link, iTunes should then prompt you to sign in with your account name and password.

You’ll then see the below “Congratulations” screen. Click Done to be taken to the App Store home page.

Steve dont usually wear a belt, maybe because is a Zen master and believer of the “Less Is More” mantra, but at the latest Apple keynotes introducing the iPad 2 he had a belt on.

Good luck Steve, hope you get well.

Learn how to change iTunes icon instead of whining!

First download an icon set (i googled and found this one) then right click on the icon and get the into the info menu.

Well then…its easy: Copy the icon you want and paste it into the iTunes info finder and you are good to go.

easy uh?

We all love WOZ and last episode of the Engadget Show is a must see, where Steve explain why and how he prints his own 2 dollar bills! great stuff

Hosts: Joshua Topolsky, Nilay Patel, Paul Miller
Special guests: Steve Wozniak
Produced and Directed by: Chad Mumm
Executive Producer: Joshua Fruhlinger
Edited by: Danny Madden
Music by: Zen Albatross
Visuals by: invaderbacca
Woz Intro by: Nick Criscuolo
Opening titles by: Julien Nantiec

Taped live at Cooper Union’s Rose Auditorium
Download the Show: The Engadget Show – 017 (HD) / The Engadget Show – 017 (iPod / iPhone / Zune formatted) / The Engadget Show – 017 (Small)

Subscribe to the Show:

[iTunes] Subscribe to the Show directly in iTunes (MP4).
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[RSS MP4] Add the Engadget Show feed (MP4) to your RSS aggregator and have it delivered automatically.
[HD RSS] Get the Engadget Show delivered automatically in HD.
[iPad RSS] Get the Engadget Show in iPad-friendly adaptive format.

Learn to trace, read, write and record letter sounds, names, and phonograms, based on the proven methodology of Montessori.


Created by a team of Montessori educators and parents, Intro to Letters is a unique and aesthetically-pleasing way to introduce your child to the world of language. There is a reason why Montessori is the most successful form of early childhood education on the planet. It works!

✔ Basic foundations of language
✔ To read, write and understand letters from a-z
✔ Lowercase letter symbols and their sounds (phonics)
✔ Phonograms – writing and pronunciation
✔ Capital letters – letter names, writing and pronunciation
✔ Consonants and vowels
✔ Fine motor skills

iTunes link