Update: The first part of “Week 1 : The Zune Experience” (with more to follow later today) is now available @ http://dev.aol.com/blog/mdavidpeterson/2007/02/26/week-1-the-zune-experience
So as I blogged about last Thursday, I received the Zune I was awarded for being one of the first 10 folks to create and publish a VHD-based instance of their rPath Linux-based project. In the 10 days since, I’ve realized a couple of things,
1) “WOW! You think maybe you could turn up the quality rating the next time you post a picture of yourself so you don’t look like a 14 year going through puberty?” Or is just the angle I’m looking at it again, this time from a different monitor?
Well, regardless, my apologies if I scared you, your children, love ones, or possibly any of your pets due to concerns over catching “Whatever the hell that is on his face! Beth, get some rubbing alcohol! John, *DON’T* touch the screen until we disinfect it!”
So, on to the next item on the list,
2) Zune ROCKS!!!
As made mentioned at the bottom of that same linked post,
(More to follow as I unravel the mysteries of my new found
While technically speaking I’ve been in possession of my new found joy for 10 days, I’m just now at the end of the first full week, and as such, thus begins the first installment to my new weekly “The Zune Experience” blog entry series.
But not here…
Instead, later this evening I will be making the post to my new dev.aol.com blog, as given the *MUCH* more consumer-centric focus of AOL, coupled with the obvious developer centric focus of http://dev.aol.com/ it seems to be a more appropriate location for a cross-over between consumer and developer related content.
As such, and until then, please stay tuned…