well, despite having been linked on Slashdot, I think that the Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project is pretty cool. They digitized thousands of old Edison wax cylinders, cleaned up their audio using digital tools, and made the audio and the original 24 bit wav files available for download. Too cool.
I just noticed that there was a new version of The Core Pocket Media Player available. When I upgraded my Dell Axim x50v to Windows Mobile 5, TCPMP no longer seemed to use the accelerated graphics hardware, which this new release seems to cure: it again has support for the accelerated chipset. Unfortunately, AAC support has been removed, which means that many MPEG4 videos I have no longer play. Frown.. Still, a worthy media player.