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shuffle [Nov. 10th, 2006|02:26 pm]
Roy Janik
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My ipod was stolen several months ago. Sad. Now when I listen to audiobooks, I have to burn them to CD. I'm holding out on buying a new one until I've paid off some more debt...

But the new IPod Shuffle is only 79 dollars, and it has a gig of storage. And it's pretty much ideal for exercising with.



Whaddya think? Should I buy one?
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[User Picture]From: grendel001
2006-11-10 08:51 pm (UTC)
maybe, also check here:

http://store.apple.com/1-800-MY-APPLE/WebObjects/AppleStore.woa/6404000/wo/EQ3EGp84ErDW38dHYNGOVGIJLg1/3.0.0.23.1.0.8.7.1.1.1.1

a couple of weeks ago they were selling 512mb first gen shuffles for $29, looks like those are all gone. give those a look.
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[User Picture]From: rachaeldoss
2006-11-11 12:35 am (UTC)
For 79.00, if you do not like it, you can get something better later.

But I'm getting one for my cousin because she likes to walk, and she lives in New Orleans, and it's small so she can hide it well and not get robbed :-D
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[User Picture]From: moregankira
2006-11-11 01:26 am (UTC)
I have one of the older shuffles, and I admitt that I love it. Its only downfall is not having a way to physically see what is playing. I try to put my playlist together in the order I want to hear it in.

If you do wait to get something else, I'd like to suggest a Red Nano. Read more about why here: http://www.joinred.com/
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[User Picture]From: mynde
2006-11-11 04:41 am (UTC)
maybe you should check this out before you buy...

http://mynde.livejournal.com/19566.html?
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[User Picture]From: ericfish
2006-11-11 12:41 pm (UTC)
Buy two of them.
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[User Picture]From: warhol
2006-11-11 02:45 pm (UTC)
I think that the iPod Shuffle is the greatest invention ever made. You hook it up to the computer every day, dump on that day's music, and you're off. It depends a little bit on your style, though -- I don't like to mess with menus and try to decide what I listen to and when, once I'm in the car; I like to make a long playlist beforehand and then forget it. And (when I bought it) 1GB for $99?! Best $99 spent, ever!

(I will mention one thing that maybe affects its utility with books: it's not so easy to start playing from a spot in the middle of a track.)
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