Birthday Suits, (7:30)
Pink Mink, (6:40)
Red Pens, (6:00)
The Hounds Below w/ Jason Stollsteimer of the Von Bondies (Detroit), (5:20)
Bight Club, (4:40)
The Seawhores, (4:00)
Marco Polio & The New Vaccines (Detroit), (3:20)
Silverghost w/ Marcie Bolen, original member of the Von Bondies (Detroit), (2:40)
F.K. Knights, (2:00)
Caroline Smith & The Good Night Sleeps, (1:20)
Bitch City, (12:40)
Bethany Larson & The Bees Knees. (12:00)
Hosted by Shane Shane (Singer of Screamin’ Cyn Cyn and the Pons – Madison)
More info on all the activities, including family stuff, food they will be cooking and drink specials, can be found HERE.
UPWARDLY MOBILE; Ten years ago you’d be happy to just get a signal – now smartphones are mini-PCs with faster internet than you get at home.(Features) here htc touch pro
The Mail on Sunday (London, England) May 23, 2010 Byline: Chris Hall A decade ago, your phone was pretty cutting edge if it could, with a little luck, display a web page with four lines of green and black text. Nowadays, with the latest generation of smartphones – mobiles that can handle advanced applications and multimedia through a sophisticated operating system – we tut and moan if it can’t stream a full colour video, translate a foreign menu and find the nearest dry cleaners all at the same time.
No other technology has spread so rapidly around the world nor advanced so quickly as smartphones have in the decade since they appeared. At the top end of the market their capabilities have progressed in leaps and bounds. Indeed, the smartphone is increasingly replacing the PC in the developing world. go to web site htc touch pro
Our main graphic shows the evolution of the smartphone from the Nokia 7110 in 1999. And in the panel on the left we highlight one model every year that has added a new layer of intelligence to our handsets.
The charts below show how the market has shifted over the years – despite the apparent ubiquity of the iPhone, Nokia still holds sway over its competitors. If current trends continue, however, that may not be the case for very long… [bar] By Chris Hall YEAR BY YEAR, THE HANDSETS THAT CHANGED THE FACE OF SMARTPHONES 1999 NOKIA 7110 The first mobile with a WAP browser. Good enough for Jack Bauer to use in the first season of 24.
2001 ERICSSON T39 The flip-phone that created the word smartphone and intoduced the world to Bluetooth.
2002 SONY ERICSSON P800 Phone, PDA, MP3 player, camera, MMS, a stylus touchscreen… the first proper multimedia phone.
2005 BLACKBERRY 7130E With a slimmed-down keyboard, the first BlackBerry for personal use as well as the pinstripe brigade.
2008 HTC TOUCH PRO HTC’s touchscreens have kept pace with – or beaten – iPhone at every step since their launch.