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Re: In iPod America, Legions in Tune
Posted by: Marco R. della Cava 2005-02-05 06:14:35
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With its high-tech decor and clubby feel, Apple's flagship store in San Francisco doesn't look like a creepy cult headquarters. But there's some kind of mind-noodling going on: Everyone exiting its glass doors is ready to spout the gospel of iPod. "I love the sound quality and how many songs I can carry around," says real estate agent Paige Baron, 25, running her fingers over a pink iPod mini. "My friends all have one, and I just felt it was time to catch up."

My iPod **REPLACED** my stereo system!
Posted by: workerB 2005-02-05 06:18:37 In reply to: Marco R. della Cava
No kidding. With a little plug-in Griffin iTrip FM modulator I can tote around EVERY SONG I OWN and play them on any FM radio. I actually donated my stereo to the Salvation Army -- I just didn't need them any more!
The iPod is even more brilliant than the Mac OS and their recent hardware offerings. I hope that the iPod gets Winders users to look at Apple hardware. I was a PC user and then switched after using Macs at work in the early 90s. I have never looked back!
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