For 10 minutes Saturday afternoon, the football team fired on all cylinders, dominating the opposition. Unfortunately for Cornell, though, its 15-0 mid-game run was bookended by 19- and 13- point runs by Harvard, and the Crimson ultimately topped the Red, 32-15.
“They had some mismatches on us at the skill positions, but I was pleased as opposed to the Yale game,” said head coach Jim Knowles ’87. “We made a run, a serious run, and we came back.”
In Cornell’s earlier loss to Yale on Sept. 22, the Red was not able to muster any momentum after falling behind early.
In a recent blog entry, I mentioned that I was ditching my Creative Zen Vision M for the new Apple iPod touch. I’ve finally been able to acquire this device at Radio Shack, not the Cornell Store as previously anticipated. According to Cornell Store staff, Apple is delaying the shipment by 3 weeks. But anyhow, this does not matter, as I’m now happy to bring you my impressions and review of the Apple iPod touch. This is the first of a two-part series. This part contains my impressions of the device, after approximately 12 hours of use.
The packaging is well-designed. The box is compact, conveying that the device is also compact. The life-size glamour pictures on the front and side of the box also facilitate this purpose. Upon opening the box, I was first greeted by the beautiful face of the iPod Touch. The enclosure design and aesthetics are certainly above any other portable media player that I’ve ever seen. The best word that I can use to describe it is ‘fluid’. Also included in the box are, of course, the earphones, the USB2 cable, the manuals, and also a cloth for cleaning the screen, a piece of plastic that turned out to be the stand, and another piece of plastic that turned out to be the universal dock adapter.