iPod


#1

Does anyone here have an iPod they’d be interested in selling?


#2

That goes for me too. I reeeeeeeally want one for xmas… but I know no one will buy me one, and I’m too cheap (read: I have smaller things that will be bought first) to buy a new one for myself.


#3

Wow, just bite the bullet and buy one, or don’t complain.


#4

Who the fuck are you?


#5

yuck. ipod. trendy fucks.


#6

I’ve had mine for over a year now, and dont’ have any much for complaints. There isn’t really anything out there that compares to an iPod.

You can make fun on people with the iPod photo though… They’re just a little odd.


#7

[quote=“orangetang”]I’ve had mine for over a year now, and dont’ have any much for complaints. There isn’t really anything out there that compares to an iPod.

You can make fun on people with the iPod photo though… They’re just a little odd.[/quote]

I know. Why the hell would you want to store your photos on an MP3 player? I could understand if it had a camera built into it, but having thousands of photos available in my pocket to just be displayed on a tiny screen seems pointless, unless you’re just storing them for back-up purposes.
It does have a 16-bit colour display, but it’s $100 more than a standard iPod O.o


#8

It has video out, I guess that’s worth something.

You can have a slideshow of your thousands of photos on your mother’s TV screen when you go visit her. With music playing in the background.

Or it could be just the iPorn.

It also syncs perfectly with iPhoto, which is the photo equivalent of iTunes. If you’ve never used iTunes and an iPod, then you really don’t know what you’re missing.


#9

I especially love Apple’s method of protecting the music on the iPod… to burn music fomr your iPod…

  1. Right click onthe hidden iPod folder on your iPod.
  2. Unselct ‘hidden files’
  3. ‘Add Folder’’ that folder to iTunes playlist…
  4. Drag song from Library to Nero…

Easy, a slight pain in the ass, sinc eit takes a while to add ~4000 songs to a library, but it works. I love iTunes.


#10

Do you burn with nero? I haven’t used iTunes on windows, but on Mac OS X, you can burn right from iTunes.


#11

With windows you can burn directly from iTunes as well. You just need to make a playlist of your desired songs, put in a blank CD and select “Burn Disk” on the top right hand side of the window.


#12

Yeah, I use Nero, but only becuase I burn MP3 data CDs for my car’s CD player. ~150 songs (with titles and folders) is so much nicer than ~20 song CDs. iTunes only lets you burn audio CDs from an existing playlist, otherwise I would probably use it to save myself that extra step.


#13

Again, dunno about Windows version, but the Mac version certainly burns MP3 cds as well as audio ones. It has three options “audio, mp3, and data CD”


#14

Hmm… I’ll have to look more indepth into iTunes. Maybe the Windows version DOES do this. My roommate is using my iTunes/iPod to make CDs right now, maybe she knows more than I do :open_mouth:

Eso, want me to post a thingy in the foyer and library here on camps to see if nayone is selling used iPods?


#15

Yeah, Windows iTunes can burn MP3 and Data CDs. It rocks.

Man, its because the iPod is the best thing ever. 40 gigs? In your pocket? Seriously.


#16

i probably would sell mine soon, the picture pod looks pretty cool same with the Oakley Thumps.


#17

#18

hes holding the play button, you hold the menu button for the light to go on


#19

[quote=“mckay”]

hes holding the play button, you hold the menu button for the light to go on[/quote]

Wow, another great tip! Thanks, Tippy!


#20

Tippy. Tommy’s sippy cup from Rugrats, right?