4phun <firstname.lastname@example.org> amazed us all with the following in
> On Jul 30, 7:37*pm, Scott <how...@you.do> wrote:
>> 4phun <vic.hea...@gmail.com> amazed us all with the following
>> > You CAN get NPR on your iPhone
>> > npr.org —
>> > While there is no NPR app, just point your iPhone or other device
>> > to m.npr.org , and start streaming.
>> > They can not ignore that most their mobile audience probably is
>> > using an iPhone so they just made that for us. You can even get
>> > your local broadcasts from NPR once inside the NPR/iPhone mobile
>> > pages.
>> > Vic
>> So, which is it? *Is it, "just point your iPhone or other device" or
> it, *
>> "They can not ignore that most their mobile audience probably is
>> using an iPhone so they just made that for us?"
>> No need to contradict the troll when he contradicts himself.
> The actual iPhone link on NPR?
> Try it without an iPhone, the page displays but you don't get an audio
> Try it with you PC web browser same thing.
Or maybe I could use the existing links for a Blackberry, AT&T or Sprint
Looks like yet another case of the iPhone struggling to catch up with
the rest of the real world.
> The actual iPhone link from the m/npr is unique for the iPhone and
> delivers the audio to the iPhone.
> Then you can play a game or whatever
> while listening to NPR. If a phone call comes in NPR fades and
> resumes when the call is over.
You mean just like I did on my Blackberry?
> Like all the software for the iPhone I think it is pretty neat for
> real world use.
> It isn't like the winmo crash prone sluggish crap I had pre iPhone.
I've had a few WinMo phones- never had a problem with a single one of
them. Sounds like the technology might be a little above your head.
You're better off with idiotware like the iPhone.