Genii App?

Addresses new and interesting links to other sites (not listed on the Genii website) that merit attention.

Postby Eoin O'hare » 10/21/08 06:53 PM

Richard, here's something you might be interested in... Application Generater .
Turn the Genii Forums RSS feed into a iPhone or iPod Touch application in 2 minutes!
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Postby AJM » 10/22/08 01:03 PM

I regularly catch up with the Genii Forum on my iPhone - seems to work fine and the text and pics are crystal clear.

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Postby Steve Bryant » 10/22/08 01:28 PM

Ditto re the Genii Forum on my iPod Touch.

I also love the podcasts from Dodd Vickers and from Paul Daniels, as well as YouTube views of everyone. These are cool toys.
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Postby mrgoat » 10/22/08 01:52 PM

I am assuming the guys above didn't look at the link.

It's not saying safari on the iphone is bad, it's just making it a standalone app.

Like the wikipedia app is better than looking at wikipedia on an iphone, a properly scaled app version of this forum would be excellent. And take 2 minutes. I'd download it.
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Postby AJM » 10/22/08 03:26 PM

Wrong assumption mrgoat, although of course I can't speak for Steve - however everyone has their own preferences.

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Postby Eoin O'hare » 10/22/08 04:25 PM

AJM wrote:Wrong assumption mrgoat, although of course I can't speak for Steve - however everyone has their own preferences.

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Andrew,so you're saying that you have a preference for viewing the Genii forums on your iPhone as it exists currently- as opposed to viewing it on a standalone application which doesn't exist currently?

I see your point, but personally, whatever the choice, I always prefer nonexistent things purely for the sheer abundance of what's on offer.

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Postby mrgoat » 10/22/08 06:58 PM

Eoin O'Hare wrote:
AJM wrote:Wrong assumption mrgoat, although of course I can't speak for Steve - however everyone has their own preferences.

Andrew


Andrew,so you're saying that you have a preference for viewing the Genii forums on your iPhone as it exists currently- as opposed to viewing it on a standalone application which doesn't exist currently?

I see your point, but personally, whatever the choice, I always prefer nonexistent things purely for the sheer abundance of what's on offer.

Eoin


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Postby AJM » 10/23/08 02:41 PM

Apologies Eoin, I omitted to mention that I'm a T-1000 - so not only have I seen the Genii Forum as it currently exists, I've also seen it:
- as it exists in the future
- as an iPhone application
- as an ocular 3D projected visualator
but I have to admit the Forum in its current form is still the one for me - but I guess that's me and my preferences again.

By the way, do you happen to know a Jaan Canna?

(and take that drink away from mrgoat)
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Postby Eoin O'hare » 10/23/08 04:58 PM

T-1000's just can't hold their drink.

By the way, the only Jaan Canna I know is a figment of my imagination.
So, given your track record, it could well be the same person.

(mrgoat can't hold his drink either)
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