Switch On one year old!

One of my favorite columns in the network, Switched On, is a year old!

http://www.engadget.com/search/?sourceid=Mozilla-search&

Here’s a bunch of links to the column… highly recommend it.

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1.Switched On turns one: The Maven

Posted by Ryan Block on 10/26/2005

Every Wednesday Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, an opinion column about consumer technology, multimedia, and

digital entertainment. Today’s Switched On’s first birthday, so as a present we gave

2.Switched On: Longhorn hardware advances could give

PDAs a one-two punch

Posted by Peter Rojas on 5/11/2005

Every Wednesday Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a weekly column about the future of technology, multimedia, and

digital entertainment: When comparisons were initially made between the Apple

3.Switched On: Fixed Fees and Diminishing

Returns

Posted by Peter Rojas on 9/14/2005

Every Wednesday Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, an opinion column about consumer technology, multimedia, and

digital entertainment: Several weeks ago, Switched On discussed the delights

4.Switched On: The Ambient Dashboard moves the

needles

Posted by Peter Rojas on 4/13/2005

Every Wednesday Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a weekly column about the future of technology, multimedia, and

digital entertainment: The first Switched On that discussed Ambient Devices

5.Switched On: Change in the air for thin

data

Posted by Peter Rojas on 11/3/2004

Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a weekly column that covers everything related to digital convergence,

the connected home, and all those other multimedia buzzwords that marketers are

6.Switched On: Cheapest laptop boasts rich

innovation

Posted by Peter Rojas on 10/5/2005

Every Wednesday Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, an opinion column about consumer technology, multimedia, and

digital entertainment: It’s premature to gauge how successful One Laptop per Child

7.Switched On: Musician, Heal Thyself

Posted by Peter Rojas on 8/24/2005

Every Wednesday Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, an opinion column about consumer technology, multimedia, and

digital entertainment: Six months ago, Napster launched Napster To Go, the first

8.Switched On: Mighty Mouse has some wrongs to

right

Posted by Peter Rojas on 8/3/2005

Every Wednesday Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, an opinion column about consumer technology, multimedia, and

digital entertainment: In the early days of Mac versus Windows flame wars, the

9.Switched On: Causing a Change of Heart

Posted by Peter Rojas on 7/6/2005

Every Wednesday Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, an opinion column about consumer technology, multimedia, and

digital entertainment: Matt wasn’t breathing. His unsustainable thin body revealed a

10.Switched On: The “i” behind iPod ” innovation,

integration, or inertia?

Posted by Peter Rojas on 3/2/2005

Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a weekly column about the future of technology, multimedia, and digital

entertainment: More than two decades after the debut of the Macintosh, Apple

11.Switched On: Mac mini, the best media center that

isn’t

Posted by Peter Rojas on 1/19/2005

Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a weekly column about the future of technology, multimedia, and digital

entertainment: Apple creates consumer solutions that reflect deep insight

12.Switched On: The Slight Before

Christmas

Posted by Ryan Block on 12/29/2004

Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a weekly column about the future of technology, multimedia, and digital

entertainment. Last week he gave us an in depth look at the MSN TV 2, and where

13.Review of the UTStarcom F1000, Vonage’s first

WiFi phone

Posted by Peter Rojas on 4/15/2005

It’s been almost a year and a half since we heard the first rumblings about this, but we finally got to spend a few

days with the UTStarcom F1000, Vonage’s long-awaited WiFi phone. Is it everything

14.Switched On: Philips PSS110, The Little Boombox

That Can’t

Posted by Peter Rojas on 5/4/2005

Every Wednesday Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a weekly column about the future of technology, multimedia, and

digital entertainment: The giants of the consumer electronics industry

15.Dell’s new Inspiron XPS Gen 2

Posted by Ryan Block on 2/25/2005

If you’re the mobile gaming or the mobile media type”you know who you are”then Dell’s got your ticket (again). Their

new second gen version of the Inspiron XPS keeps with the out of this world

16.Fujitsu N-3500 laptop with “CRT-quality”

display

Posted by Marc Perton on 2/11/2005

Despite the fact that pretty much the whole world has switched from CRTs to LCD displays, if you’re a purist about

color, you’ve probably got at least one CRT around, and chances are it’s a midrange

17.The week in Engadget

Posted by Peter Rojas on 1/23/2005

In case you missed any of them, here are some highlights from the past seven days of Engadget: Features iPod shuffle +

sunglasses = DIY Oakley Thump HOW-TO: Use your CDMA cellphone as a USB

18.Switched On: The camcorder’s disposable, but the

memories aren’t

Posted by Ryan Block on 10/19/2005

Every Wednesday Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, an opinion column about consumer technology, multimedia, and

digital entertainment: It’s small, white and plays video, but it costs only

19.Switched On: The Peerflix challenge: Rip. Flix.

Churn.

Posted by Ryan Block on 7/20/2005

Every Wednesday Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, an opinion column about consumer technology, multimedia, and

digital entertainment: DVD collectors have always been a bit of a mystery to

20.Switched On: Audio companies should plant seeds,

not pick Apples

Posted by Peter Rojas on 12/1/2004

Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a weekly column that covers everything related to digital convergence,

the connected home, and all those other multimedia buzzwords that marketers are

21.The week in Engadget

Posted by Peter Rojas on 10/16/2005

The big highlight of my week was narrowly escaping death at the hands of a giant Robosapien, but in case you missed any

of ’em here are some highlights from the past seven days of Engadget:

22.The week in Engadget

Posted by Peter Rojas on 5/29/2005

In case you missed any of them, some highlights from the past seven days of Engadget: Features The Pipeline: LifeDrive

reviews, ads in games, Big Brother in your e-mail The Engadget

23.The week in Engadget

Posted by Peter Rojas on 12/26/2004

We know you’re probably too busy playing with your new toys, but in case you missed any of them, here are some

highlights from the past seven days of Engadget: Features Sony PlayStation

24.Switched On: Microsoft refreshes WebTV for a

curious comeback

Posted by Ryan Block on 12/22/2004

Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a weekly column about the future of technology, multimedia, and digital

entertainment. Last week he asked TiVo to take a long, hard look in the mirror

25.Switched On: A Case of “He Said, HP

Said”

Posted by Peter Rojas on 8/31/2005

Every Wednesday Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, an opinion column about consumer technology, multimedia, and

digital entertainment: With pioneer Rio being the latest casualty of the MP3 wars

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