Josh’s Lifelog for 2009-10-28

  • Just set up Google Voice to handle *all* of my voicemail on my iPhone. Been waiting for this day! 🙂 http://twitpic.com/n6bba #
  • I've used Google Voice (neé GrandCentral) as my main number for years. But now those direct calls that slip through will go to GVoice, too. #
  • Uh-oh. Conditional vmail forwarding to GVoice isn't working for me. Calls loop as new calls over and over instead of going to vmail. Ugh. #
  • Hmm. When I call from a number not on my GVoice account (a coworker's phone), I don't get the voicemail/looping problem. Guess that was it. #
  • @solomito You can listen to Google Voicemails on the phone, as attached MP3s, from the GVoice site, or, just read the transcription. 🙂 in reply to solomito #
  • @solomito It's super simple to switch back if you don't like GVoicemail. You just punch in a code on your phone. Piece of cake. in reply to solomito #
  • RT @ravenme: Posted a comment on the Legion of Tech fraud issue. I hope it answers some open questions. http://tinyurl.com/yjtqxoy #
  • Testing BTR Cinch. I want a daily micropodcasting tool. So many to choose from. #Cinch: http://bit.ly/11zxlD #
  • AudioBoo: Testing AudioBoo, comparing to Cinch, TweetMic, etc. http://boo.fm/b72735 #
  • Testing TweetMic, comparing to Cinch, AudioBoo, Posterous, etc. http://tmic.fm/owagfmk5k7q #
  • Testing Out iPhone Micropodcast Audio Workflows http://post.ly/AbVH #
  • Oh, that's nice. 🙂 When I email Posterous an m4a file (iPhone voice memo), it transcodes to MP3 for my RSS feed. I was worried about that. #