GDGT is finally launching!

GDGT pronounced Gadget is launching today, (well eventually) and this is a new site by Peter Rojas, previous head guy at Engadget, but he is starting his own new site where you can add your own gadgets that you have, had or even want to a list that is publishable online. This allows you to see what gadgets you own and start talking to others about the gadgets that you have. So for instance, I have an iPhone 3G, I would just add it in to the list of items that I have and it would be seen by others on the site, and we could talk about it, ask questions or even get help from others in the GDGT community. It even has a section for items that you have had, so if you are an expert on the Motorola V3xxx, and you can help someone else out, this would be a great place to go. They also have a section for gadgets that you want as well, so if you have questions about the item, and someone already owns one, you could ask them questions, or see if they want to sell theirs. This is a great place to talk about the gadgets that you own or want! Make sure to check it out; well, as soon as it is up, the poor server is having issues at the moment…

while you are waiting, you can watch Veronica Belmont give a quick and dirty on it, on Vimeo:

http://vimeo.com/5404387

you can also follow Mr Rojas via Twitter: @peterrojas or follow the GDGT feed: @gdgt

Welcome to the new IKnowRusty.com!

This is going to be the new 4.0 version of IKnowRusty.com. I am using WordPress this time for my website and so far, I love it! Everything seems to be drag and drop and very easy to put in and I can do it from my iPhone. Hopefully this time, it will be updated daily! So keep up and check back often!!

Sprint taking a bite out of Apple (via Digg)

You can have a mighty fancy phone, but it’s only as good as the network it uses and the calling plans available to consumers. Look past the iHype and we think you’ll see a new Sprint with a strong network, appealing new phones and value-priced calling plans. We’ll keep striving to get even better, but we sure hope folks – especially those with contracts elsewhere expiring soon – will give Sprint a look.

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[via Digg, Sprint/Facebook, Prethinking]

original: Sprint/Facebook