I am moving to a new apartment so I’m cleaning out old stuff. The following is for sale to anyone in San Francisco:
- AirPort Express: Used for a couple of months. This is the device I used when I reverse engineered AirTunes and authored JustePort, the first non-Apple software to support AirTunes. $120.
- HP Photosmart R717: Used for 1.5 years. 1GB MMC card included. Have a look at my gallery for some pictures taken with this camera. $150.
- Unlocked Motorola V330 GSM: Barely used. Charger and car charger included. $100.
- Creative Labs Webcam Live Ultra for Notebook VF0070: Used only a couple of times. $60.
I am also selling a 7 day old 1.83GHz MacBook. Used for testing. Original box. $1120.
Update: The MacBook and the webcam have been sold.
2 thoughts on “More gadgets for sale”
What about AirFoil by Rogue Amoeba? It’s been out for awhile… at least since March 2005. Not sure on the timings of things, but I remain curious about the claim of “first non-Apple software to support AirTunes.” I’m not saying that they were necessarily first, but only that I know that they have been out for awhile and that it’s something to look into for the truth of that statement. I just don’t know.
JustePort was released in August 2004, over 6 months before AirFoil was released.
Rogue Amoeba originally claimed on their homepage that AirFoil was the first non-Apple software to support AirTunes. They have since removed that claim. Perhaps someone reminded them that lying is bad karma.
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