iGot an iPod

It’s true, I’ve taken the plunge. After about 12 months trying to justify buying one – & Amazon making me wait a further 3 painfully long weeks for delivery – I now have it by my side. I saved £30 by using Amazon (it was only £270) on the 40GB model. There’s been some teething … Continue reading “iGot an iPod”

My new iPodIt’s true, I’ve taken the plunge. After about 12 months trying to justify buying one – & Amazon making me wait a further 3 painfully long weeks for delivery – I now have it by my side. I saved £30 by using Amazon (it was only £270) on the 40GB model.

There’s been some teething problems: iPod’s can only be linked to one computer. I had originally installed it on my work PC, then when hooking it up at home it went through the same process & wiped the iPod clean of the 1500 songs I had put on it that day.
Then today, after adding more on at work again I found I couldn’t sync it at home at all, nor could I extract the MP3’s manually. Luckily I found SharePod, a very handy & simple application which solved all my problems.

Now we’re both getting on & I think we’ll have a wonderful future together. I really do like having all my music together like this. Using the shuffle mode is forcing me to listen to some songs that I haven’t heard for ages & now I’m gradually appreciating them all over again.

2 thoughts on “iGot an iPod”

  1. Lucky bugger…my sister has one and I love it – rather than buying my own though I invested in a two people earphone adaptor so I could highjack the ipod by the pool on holiday and we could both listen at the same time. A fab and cheap idea for Steph to consider…..although it did cause a fight when she kept fastforwarding the ones I wanted to listen to…so maybe don’t suggest it after all !!!

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