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Posted June 12, 2005
The iPod is deceptively simple. It is true that when fully configured with your music tests, it is quite easy to use. But a lot of this operational simplicity is due to complexity being pushed off onto a Mac or PC. A large part of the book addresses the installation and usage of that software, in its interaction with your iPod. Which also includes the iTunes. The book's CD has a copy of the code. But the author correctly suggests that you consider downloading the newest version from Apple directly. The book has an amusing chapter on toys for the iPod. Basically, these are often fashion accessories. None are essential, but the iPod has tapped into a lifestyle zeitgeist echoed by the chapter. Like a MarWare SportSuit Safari case for the iPod. That looks like a mutant tribble.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.