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Somehow I missed this (or ignored it) when first announced earlier this year, but Levi’s RedWire DLX Jeans seem to be one step closer to reality with the first photos now starting to appear on the Net.

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Marware seems to be the first major iPod accessory maker to the Nike+iPod game with the introduction today of the Sportsuit Sensor+.

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Cory Holt’s Weblog features a brief article on how to charge your iPod using an Xbox.

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Ever been caught in a downpour only to have your iPod start playing your least favorite song? How do you change the track without risking water damage to your iPod? The guys over at Proto-typen.org have found the solution to this all-too-common problem: The iBrella.

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When I pre-ordered the Nike+iPod Sport Kit, my initial idea was to buy a shoe wallet, made for holding keys and I.D. while you run, and attach it to my laces with the transmitter inside. But on the day it arrived I realized I still hadn’t managed to get off my butt and find a […]

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There are two things I try never to leave the house without: My iPod and my Hipster PDA. The Hipster PDA, created by Merlin Mann over at 43Folders, is a super low-tech, easy to use system for collecting thoughts and information while you’re out and about. It’s essentially a stack of 3×5 index cards held […]

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iLounge is reporting that Memorex has announced a new video player accessory for the iPod with video: The iFlip. The iFlip will feature an 8.4 inch LCD screen with a native resolution of 480 x 234. Built-in speakers can be used for video as well as music-only playback. The iPod attaches via a tilting iPod […]

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As of today, more than 60,000 people have visited the Podophile site to read about my method of using the Nike+iPod Sport Kit with any running shoe. The responses have been overwhelmingly positive, and I’m especially thrilled that so many people have been inspired to take up running for the first (or second) time. I’ve […]

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The folks over at Synthesis Studios’ Whiteboard have been documenting their findings as they dismantle and analyze the Nike+iPod Sport Kit hardware. They’ve already disproven one of my early guesses about the transmitter; there is no seam on the top, it’s a solid piece of orange plastic with a white sticker inset. They’ve also observed […]

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It’s been a week since the Nike+iPod Sport Kit started shipping, and now that everyone has had some time to play with it, reviews are starting to pop up everywhere. I’ll use this post to keep a up-to-date listing of the high-profile reviews in print, and on the web.

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As new runners take to the streets with their iPod nanos and their Nike+iPod Sport Kits, one thing may become quickly apparent: Apple’s white ear buds, which have always been fine for listening on the go, may not be the best choice for such vigorous outdoor activity. As I experienced my own set of problems […]

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Yesterday, I wrote about how I attached my Nike+iPod Sport Kit transmitter to my Saucony Hurricane running shoe. I was reminded last night that many people who want to try this mod may live in areas that experience regular thunderstorms during in the summer, and that here in the San Francisco area, the wet weather […]

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