Its worth casting an eye over the board for unused pinholes. If you are lucky, there might be one labelled USB. Otherwise look for groups of four or five holes. If there are no unused ones, you might get away with soldering to the pins on one of your existing sockets. As long as you don't use it while the iPod is connected, it should remain perfectly serviceable as an external port.
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