AT&T just threatened to throttle my iPhone data speed


Well would you look at this. I just received this text message from AT&T saying that I am in the top 5% of data users, and they might start throttling my speed. All I do is stream music via iTunes match and Spotify, so I guess that did it.

According to my AT&T app, I have used 10.5 GB of data this billing cycle (which ends tomorrow). Good thing I have the unlimited data plan!

Weight Watchers releases new barcode scanner iPhone app

For anyone using an iPhone to track their Weight Watchers food intake, tracking just got a lot easier.  With this new app, you are able to scan any barcode, see the point values, and then add the item to your tracker.  No more searching for the back of Cool Ranch Dorito's that you just had for lunch.  Scan it, track it, and go.




View the nutritional info:



Adjust the fine settings:



And finally, add it!


You can get the app for FREE here (although you have to have a paid login).

Please help me identify this song!

**UPDATE:  Thanks to Jason in the comments of this post, as well as @graceslick91 on Twitter for helping me figure it out.  The song is called "Surrender Susan" by Jon Abel.**

I have a very large music library, and recently, while listening to some music, a song came on.  This song has been in my head for a few weeks now, and I cannot remember for the life of me who sings it or what it is called.

I have searched Google up and down for the words I remember, and nothing comes up.

Here is what I remember:

1.  It's a mostly acoustic song.  Acoustic guitar, drums, bass, not much more than that.
2.  It is a man singing
3.  Here are the lyrics I remember (or, something similar to them):
4.  I *think* it is on fairly new cd.  Maybe it came out over the last few years?

verse:  "Do I really love her enough to let her go?"

chorus:  "What it all comes down to is this / she was never really mine, but always His"

Anyone have some ideas?!

an AWESOME example of what Garage Band on the iPad can do

I have been playing around with Garage Band on the iPad for a few months now, and I have come up with some decent sounding recordings, but this blows them all away.  This guy recorded several tracks in Garage Band, edited the video of him doing it all together, and this is the result.  All from a $4.99 app!