A rain of songs Thursday March 15, 2007, 3 comments

iPod Shuffle

A birthday present from my girlfriend, complete with very thoughtful engraving.

It’s capacity is enough to hold the entire BBC dramatisation of The Lord of the Rings she gave me for christmas AND Philip Pullman’s Dark Materials Trilogy.

And then some. I’ve always like the shuffles, but this latest iteration is notable for its wonderful form factor AND for being the first iPod ever available in what is obviously the natural colour for an iPod.


Comments

chris Thursday March 22, 2007


I don’t know about THAT being the obvious colour for an iPod, so much as THIS
engraved with “that mac guy dot net” of course
~c

sarah Thursday March 22, 2007


Wow, apple have really cornered the market in personalised colours – a whole marketing campaign designed round both your websites!! I wonder who the people with the blue site and the pink site are…

chris Thursday March 22, 2007


I think THIS was created with Barry’s site in mind
~c

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