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Category Archive for 'iPod'

Fresh Air Podcast Now On iTunes

This is really great news. Fresh Air, the public radio interview program brilliantly hosted by Terry Gross, has been added to the iTunes store as a free podcast. Archived episodes have been sold on iTunes for some time via the relationship with Audible, and the show’s so good I’ve bought a few (like this show […]

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Some favorite iPod-related links from the past few days. Studying video has never been so easy ESPN reports that iPods are sweeping the major leagues. Baseball players have found a great new way to study game video. The A-Z of my iPod Tired of your current playlists? Psychotic Monkey hits on a novel playlist-making idea […]

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Happy Shuffle Day

Apple’s marketing ability never ceases to amaze me. They announce the coolest product in the world, they sell millions of them, and just as demand starts to wane, they announce an upgrade that makes the old one seem dull by comparison. Today we saw this happen with the colorization of the iPod shuffle. Colors were […]

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Podosphere: Search, Slate, Sprint, Squid

Today’s best iPod links: ‘iPhone’ Search Volume Already Greater Than ‘iPod’ – from Hitwise How does Apple maintain iPhone momentum between now and launch? Maybe they don’t need to do anything. The Insanely Great Songs Apple Won’t Let You Hear – from Slate Not sure how this is Apple’s fault. Still, a good read. I’ve […]

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Danish blogger, climber, and Mac enthusiast Jonas Rabbe has posted a thorough review of his new Nike+iPod Sport Kit. While Nike+iPod reviews are a dime-a-dozen these days, Jonas includes an insightful look at how the Sport Kit experience could be improved, which makes the review well worth reading.

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Podosphere: PDF, DRM, DAW, OMG!

The best of today’s iPod links: The Complete Guide To PDFs In iTunes – Make: Blog Subscribe to PDF podcasts via iTunes. Read the content on your iPod. A good guide to get you started. Are You Ready For Google-Powered PDFcasts? – SeekingAlpha More discussion about PDF podcasting and Google’s entry to the PDF publishing […]

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I don’t think I’ve mentioned it here before, but one of my long-time hobbies is making mixtapes. I started back in high-school with a record player and a cassette recorder, cutting songs together with the pause button. While I’m still strictly an amateur DJ, my gear has improved over the years. Instead of a cassette […]

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I got a kick out of this creative video from Serge Lipski demonstrating iBlinds: A new generation accessory that interacts with your iPod or iPhone through your window blinds. Superior performance and technology that drives iBlinds to create innovative dynamic living room space through your own music. OK, if you haven’t figured it out by […]

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If you’re one of the many runners who have been suffering through the recent lags and service interruptions at the Nike+ website, you may be wishing for a better way to upload and view your Nike+iPod data. The folks at Gordon Labs know how you feel. They’re currently developing an alternate website, Runometer.com, which allows […]

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Yojimbo, iPod, and Yojimbo

I woke up this morning determined to find a reason to write about Yojimbo. Yojimbo is one of my favorite Akira Kurosowa films, and it’s being re-released tomorrow on DVD as part of the Criterion collection. I was faced with a challenge: How to write an iPod-related piece where I could slip in a mention […]

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Last Watch For A While… I Promise

I don’t know about you, but I have had my fill of watch news, Nike+ or otherwise. Yet, I can’t resist linking to this cool body mod from ModBlog: the 14 gage wristwatch piercing. I haven’t come across any good iPod piercings yet. As small and light as the new shuffle is, it should be […]

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A reader who has seen Nike’s Spring 2007 product catalog, which has been distributed to Nike retailers, confirmed the existence of the Nike+ watches… and adds some juicy new details.

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