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Creating a Peephole into the Twitterverse

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Peephole, a groundbreaking new iPhone application from IFWORLD, Inc., gives Twitter users the ability to browse the expanding online photo gallery created with the popular microblogging service. Released August 12, 2009, in the iPhone App Store, Peephole loads up to 100 thumbnails at a time from popular Twitter photo sharing services Twitpic, yfrog and Twitgoo.

"We came up with the idea during the Iranian elections," said Scott Mills, Peephole developer and IFWORLD co-founder. "There were so many tweets coming out of Iran with newsworthy images that people wanted to see. Unfortunately, viewing images on your iPhone at that time took 2-3 clicks per tweet."

Peephole provides several options for browsing images. Users may choose to view images attached to trending topics as well as images in the public timeline. They can also display images from nearby users and friends. The application allows people to search for images by keyword and utilizes Twitter's own saved search feature to provide easy access to regularly used search terms.

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How to Convert WMV file to MP3 for iTunes or Garageband

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If you have some WMV video files you only need the audio but no video, you can compromise by extract audio from it and then listen to it. You might want to extract the episode or the audio of a movie for playback on your iPod, as ringtones for iPhone, or to create your own masterpiece in Garageband. The question is: how to convert WMV to MP3 for iTunes or Garageband?

If you already have QuickTime(Pro), and you are able to play the .wmv file in QuickTime (Pro), you can use file/Export-->'Sound to wave' or 'Sound to aiff' to extract the audio track. After that, import the audio track into iTunes and you can convert it to MP3 format. Make sure that you install Flip4Mac or you won't be able to play WMV files (DRM WMV file excluded).

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Travel Assistant Pro released - Adds TripIt Pro & iPhone OS 3.0 Support

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oday announced a major new version of its flagship travel itinerary application, Travel Assistant Pro for iPhone and iPod touch. The new version adds full support for TripIt's new TripIt Pro service and implements a variety of new features available in iPhone OS 3.0. Travel Assistant Pro 3.0 builds on its extensive list of features by fully integrating support for TripIt Pro, TripIt's itinerary monitoring and travel alerts service. Travel Assistant Pro is the first and only app to implement support for TripIt Pro. Using TripIt in Travel Assistant Pro is as easy as emailing your travel itineraries and launching Travel Assistant Pro. The app will automatically download your itinerary, so it is with you everywhere you go.

Taking advantage of the devices' accelerometer, users can update itineraries in Travel Assistant Pro by simply shaking the device. This allows you to reload the full itinerary or individual events, so you can monitor and check the status of any upcoming flights or travel plans, giving you status changes, estimated departure and arrival times, gate assignments and baggage claim locations.

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Soda & Diabetes, How Much Does That Can of Soda Really Cost?

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A few days ago we began to ask, “How Much Does that Can of Soda Really Cost?” We considered cost in terms of external or social cost (not price for the actual can of soda, but that which results incidental to the primary transaction and may be borne by other than the buyer or seller), and noted that a recent study shows that obesity plays a prominent role in health care expenditures, and that many believe that soda and other sugary soft drinks play a prominent role in obesity. We noted that the Wall St. Journal reported that
Obesity is a key factor in Type 2 diabetes. And 32% of Medicare costs are attributable to diabetes. It is no stretch to say that if we have a Medicare cost problem in this country (we do), what we really have is a diabetes problem (and, considering Halvorsen’s “we only get it right 8% of the time” figure, a diabetes treatment problem as well).

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Truth About Colon Cleansing

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Colon cleansing may sound awkward but it is one the best things that one can do to himself. It is a very good and healthy habit to keep oneself fit. This activity refers to the act of cleaning up the waste materials that got accumulated in the colon part of the body. Colon holds up the wastes in our body. People suffering from constipation may have more waste stagnation in the colon. Statistics reveal that colon cleansing can take away anything between 10 to 30 pounds of waste and getting rid of them can actually lead to a healthier life. Colon Cleansing can be done in 3 ways.The first one is the manual option and is done in a session where water is injected into the colon and then drained later. This will remove the fecal matters present in the body. Most people are not comfortable with this method and this method is popularly called as enema. The second option uses the herbal and natural products which require the people to be in diet control. Food habits will be changed. A laxative effect can be given by some ingredients and foods.

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Simple Ways to Cut Calories

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Anyone who’s ever tried to lose weight knows it takes work. But it may not require as much as you think. Throwing everything at the problem might, in fact, be exactly why you fail at the latest plan you’ve
sworn you’ll stick to. “You have to start small,” says Holly Wyatt, MD, a clinical researcher at the Center for Human Nutrition in Denver. “People tend to launch on a weight-loss program and try to change
everything in their lives all at once.”
Therein lies the problem, experts say. Such drastic attempts rarely ever work. The simple solution? Make incremental adjustments to your eating and exercise habits that can shave calories here and
there for maximum impact.
For example, consuming just 100 fewer calories each day is enough to avert the 1 to 2 pounds the average person gains each year, says Wyatt, who co-authored a study in the journal Science on
battling obesity. To lose weight, you have to go a step further, she says, downsizing by 500 calories a day. But you don’t have to slash them all from your plate. “You can eat 250 calories less and then

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