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Creative iPod

 ģiPods 101
 
alcheme I am putting together an ebook on how to get the most from your ipod.

Most people buy an iPod for the obvious reasons. The iPod works with your computer so that you can import music and organize your songs and photos. These files are then transferred to your iPod so that you can listen to them and view them wherever you go.

But your iPod is so much more that just a player for music.

My book will outline some of the more creative things that you can do with your iPod.

I'm still in the research stage so, I'd appreciate whatever input anyone can give in relation to my theme.

If you send me any suggestions I'll give you a Free copy of the book when it is completed - whether I use your suggestion or not.

Thanks in advance.


Posted on: 11:05 pm on July 9, 2006
Bradley Is your book a remake of the instruction manual?
Or does it offer 3-25 things to do, which are hard to figure out on our own.

Is the info going to be time sensitive, meaning ipod1.03, (or ipod2.01? I do not own one yet) will have abilities that would demand an upgrade book? Which is not a problem, and with the right shopping cart or other program, can be done automatically.

Your asking for general comments or suggestions may be premature, as it is always easier to answer a direct question.
Only you are the book content master.

Also be careful to not reveal your project to a project hunter that may scoop your launch date.
Let us know how it is progressing.

(Edited by Bradley at 11:38 am on Jan. 25, 2007)


Posted on: 7:35 pm on January 25, 2007
allsas I was looking for the other places that ebooks can be displayed/read and found an ipod look alike that listed an ebook capability (NANO MP4). I assume that the capability may be incorporated into iPods in the next generation. (also iPhones, PDA's .....)

Posted on: 8:01 am on February 7, 2007

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