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iPodpedia: The Ultimate iPod and iTunes Resource by Michael Miller

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Introduction

I love music.

I was a musician back in the day, and today I spend several hours each day listening to or playing music. I have a CD collection that’s somewhere north of 1,200 discs (and still growing), and I can’t take even a short drive without turning up the tunes in my car.

For me, the iPod is a necessity.

I’m now on my fourth iPod. I started with a second-generation unit, moved on to a bright green iPod mini, and now have both an 80GB 5.5-generation video iPod and a 2G iPod shuffle. I take the big iPod with me when I travel to visit my girlfriend, which I do every few weeks, to provide music in my hotel room. I have the shuffle sitting next to my drumset in my home recording studio, and I use it to play along with my favorite ...

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