I know I’ve been very quiet recently but some of you know why. It took me a while to write about it but its true and it did happen.
Yedda is now part of AOL.
There are some very interesting things planned for Yedda inside AOL. You’ll just have to wait and see :-) so forgive me if I’ll disappear for a while again due to some work related obligations.
I like WinAmp. It’s a great media player. Always has been.
I’m still using it when I use Windows because its not as bloated and heavy as Windows Media Player or iTunes. If you got the right skin you can stick it up at the top of the screen where its reachable, useful, shows you what you are listening to and not get in your way.
It also has lots of plugins for every conceivable idea, which is always good.
Therefore, I wanted to know this:
Is there a media player that has exactly the same …
Is there a media player that has exactly the same functionality as WinAmp (plugins, media library, skins, support for video and audio and some streaming formats) and is cross platform?
Topics: video, multimedia, audio, streaming, winamp, media player, cross platform
Asked by Eran on August 29, 2007
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I’d really love to have an open source solution that does all of the things that WinAmp can do.
I just wanted to let all of you know that we just released a new feature on Yedda which integrates nicely with your Twitter account.
You can read the official blog post here.
In a nut shell, upon giving Yedda your twitter username and password, you will be able to share your Yedda expecrience with your Twitter friends.
We will twitt on behalf of you about questions you ask, answers you give, questions you add to your watch list, thumbs up you give to other answers and questions you are being invited to answer by Yedda (all configurable through the settings screen).
Share the Yedda love through Twitter. It’s fun! (and I’m not just saying that because I am a part of Yedda ;-) really!)
Just beware: it’s addictive.
It seems that Mike of TechCrunch fame posted about Yedda.
If you don’t know what Yedda is (and you should after reading Mike’s post) just go and sign up :-)
Did I say why it was quiet here for quite a while? oh yes I did ;-)
As I’ve mentioned previously, I’ve been very busy with Yedda and it is the main reason why it’s been very quite here.
But now, you can check out my Profile at Yedda as well as see questions I’ve answered and questions I’ve asked.
And as Yaniv pointed out, this is also a test question. I’m not really into baking and stuff…