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Hey everyone,

Back at work now (for a day). Really, really busy and working on becoming as 'multi-threaded' as possible. Things here are really exciting and this is just an awesome place to work. We've got some openings presently...

One thing that I'm learning is that airplanes are a great place to get a lot of work done. It's good to just sit there and power through without being interrupted. Not often you get that chance at home or the office!

My iPod fell on the floor of the hotel room and now the headphone jack doesn't work. The bottom jack still works, though. I've got one of those Bose Sound Docks (which are great) that recharges through the bottom jack, so it's still usable. What I need are some headphones that go through the bottom jack. Any ideas?

5 comments:

At August 19, 2007 at 6:20 AM Pierrev55 said...

Hi, Ben.

This is not that easy because the dock only provides a line out signal. Very very low output for headphones.

Here a simple PocketDock LineOut that will do the trick. You'll need a micro headphone amplifier. It might be cheaper to buy a new Ipod or have it repaired.

http://www.sendstation.com/us/products/pocketdock/lineout-usb.html

http://www.electric-avenues.com/

 
At August 19, 2007 at 7:18 AM Caffeinated said...

Try searches for headphone-dock connectors like:

http://www.discountcarstereo.com/detail.aspx?ID=1035

or a little more extreme, depending on model, like here:

http://www.geekblue.net/archives/2005/11/headphones_with.html

 
At August 20, 2007 at 3:12 PM Anonymous said...

Take a look at the Shure E3c in-ear, sound insulating earphones. Excellent audio reproduction and very rugged for traveling.

 
At August 22, 2007 at 10:59 AM Anonymous said...

Hi Ben,
Just saw the filing by Jeff Wilson. I think, and many others would agree, that is a very poor decision by the CFO of MVIS. Company's own CFO is no willing to hold any shares in the company. And this is just a week after canacord adams conf. An action like that keeps new investors away as well. This has put a bit of doubt in my mind as well. May be AT needs to have a little chat with his commanders.

 
At August 22, 2007 at 3:40 PM Anonymous said...

Why is your CFO selling shares and then going aruond the country telling people to invest?

 

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