Interesting story here on "baby boomers," distrust of mp3 as format for audio, and the success of the iPod in beginning to convert said boomers.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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`.. and a direct hit on my navel. I have only recently started downloading and playing MP3's for iTunes, or to burn CDs. And I've resisted the iPod primarily because I'm not the "portable music" type. But I'm starting to soften. And, oh my, all I have to do is drop the ol' credit card out the window on a fish hook and reel in that lil' white iThang. <br><br>
I don't have a iPod and don't plan to either.<br>If I remember correctly your wife was going to look into some designs. At which you was going to offer them to the members in the forums at a special discount.<br><br>
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