Wednesday, October 17, 2007

confessions . . .


i do not have an iPod. never have. don't know exactly how it works (i know generally but i'm also generally quite ignorant) . my friend calls me a "new media queen," which, given what i don't know is funny.

but so i think this is the iPod i want (8 gb). i don't know if that's foolish or not. maybe i should start w/a littlenano (redundancy noted).

so, generally then, i'm reaching out to my dear readers for advice, tips, what-to-and-what-not-to-do w/r/t iPod.

no laughing . . .

7 comments:

chris said...

if you're gonna drop 300 bones on an iPod, you might as well get an iPhone for 100 bucks more.

i don't have one, but i've played with one. they're pretty sweet. also, i'm not sure what you'll be using it (your iPod) for, but if you have plenty of space on your hard-drive to store your music, you could save some dough by buying a smaller iPod (perhaps the "littlenano"?). true, you'd probably be able to store only about 1000 songs on the nano, but you can remove and add songs from your computer whenever you like...

bonnie lenore kyburz said...

hmmmmmmm......

chris said...

i mean, if you already have a cell phone anyway...

i'm jus sayin...

dhawhee said...

i love my nano.

bonnie lenore kyburz said...

that's where i'm leaning, Debra. thanks. i think i love the granny smith apple green one. but the pink is cute (something weird happened in my 40's; i've learned to love pink, which i had resisted for so long. what's up w/ that?).

thanks for writing ;)

Mark said...

I have had a 4 G nano for two years and it is barely half-full. Of course I do purge now and then. But it is great for music and catching podcasts of radio shows on your own time.

The touchscreen is very cool but the nano is so small that you can easily take it anywhere. And saves $$$.

bonnie lenore kyburz said...

thanks for the input, Mark. i'll have to go spend some time at the shiny new Mac store ;)

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