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The crafty blogger over at Yarn-A-Go-Go has posted instructions on knitting your own shoe pouch for the Nike+iPod Sport Kit sensor. It should be a pretty easy project for someone with basic knitting skills, and the finished product looks much better than most of the other popular “shoe hacks.”

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I wrote yesterday about Nikeplus.com’s Nike+iPod New Year’s Resolution Challenge, and mentioned that I though too much emphasis was being placed on on people not reaching their goals. I really wanted to see some recognition of people who do reach their goals. Well, my wish has come true. Nike has announced that they will donate, […]

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Nike has added a New Year’s Resolution feature to the Nikeplus.com website. Registered Nike+iPod users can participate by setting a distance goal for themselves for the month of January, along with deciding what the consequences will be if they don’t reach the goal. At the end of the month, Nike will publicly display the consequences […]

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iPod Game Review: Sudoku

I’m not a big Sudoku player. It’s not because I don’t enjoy working through the insanely popular logic puzzles – I do – but rather that I never seem to have a Sudoku puzzle handy when I have 15 – 20 minutes that I’m looking to fill. Well, that’s all changed with the release of […]

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The Inside Story Of… The iPod

Set your Tivos. The Discovery Channel, a U.S. cable television network, has scheduled a program titled “The Inside Story Of The iPod” to air on Wednesday, December 27th at 12:00 noon (et/pt).

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A new television commercial for the Nike+iPod Sport Kit has started airing in the U.S. The 30-second spot features the song “Here It Goes Again” by the band OK Go. It’s great to see some more mainstream advertising for the Sport Kit, especially at a time of year when so many people will be getting […]

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When Apple originally released their Reset Utility for the first-generation iPod shuffles a few months ago, it literally brought my shuffle back from the dead. My computers had stopped recognizing the shuffle for more than a few seconds at a time, which meant that I could no longer sync it to my iTunes library or […]

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A full transcript of Nike’s 2007 Q2 financial analyst confrerence all is now available at SeekingAlpha.com. Here’s the good stuff… CEO Mark Parker on the Nike brand: The Nike Brand had a lot of big wins in key categories this quarter. Nike Plus is turning out to be huge. In less than six months, Nike […]

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Getting Things Done With Your iPod

As I’ve mentioned a couple of times on this blog, I’m a big fan of David Allen’s personal productivity book Getting Things Done (GTD). It’s a complete system for capturing and keeping track of all the “to dos” in your life that are competing for your attention. For those of us who are somewhat less […]

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The iTunes Store has added two new iPod games from developer Electronic Arts: Sudoku and Royal Solitaire. This brings the total number of iPod games available on iTunes to eleven.

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iPod Stories: I Am A Diamond

Every now and then, as I surf around the podosphere, I come across little gem of iPod writing that falls outside of the usual techno-centric, gadget-lust reporting. I Am A Diamond posted by Deezee at Confessional Highway starts with a random technological glitch, and leads to the very personal connection between music and memory. It […]

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Confessions Of An iPod Addict

The Webomatica guy hits the nail on the head with his Tragic Signs of iPod Addiction. He’s actually so far gone that he couldn’t stop at just ten tragic signs… he had to go to eleven. Here’s a taste: 2. I suffer from the dreaded iPod headphone tangle. This morning, I encountered not just one […]

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