So that iPod is pretty dang cool, but it looks to be even more powerful than it's initial configuration suggests. This link from Daily Mac talk a little about the iPod's OS, which appears to have many more features. The mp3 folder has already been found, along with the playlists, and even an EQ.<br><br>My question is, when are the full hacks gonna come along? Like a program with a nice graphical interface that allows you to pick what game is installed, add the PIM features, etc ...<br>'cause I bet the iPod can do anything!<br><br>
#2830 - 11/27/0107:50 AMRe: when are the iPod hacks coming?
Very nice site now dutifully bookmarked....<br><br>Thanks! <br><br>-------------------------------------------<br>RWoelk <br>Generating 2048 bits of randomness...<br><br>Only the educated are free! -Epictetus
So what are the future limits of the iPod hacks, do you think?<br><br>And what will the sequel to the iPod be, or what is the next Digital device and how will it intereact with the Mac and the iPod?<br><br>
#2832 - 12/05/0105:43 AMRe: when are the iPod hacks coming?
Here's a link to another iPod site.<br><br>http://www.ipoding.com/<br><br>This chap appears to be serious as he's named his domain after iPod as well.<br><br>ipodhacks.com, listed by John, appears to be a spinoff of another Mac site. (??)<br><br>Have visited both only briefly.<br><br>128k_Mac<br>"When in doubt, reboot" - CaseCom
#2833 - 12/05/0105:45 PMRe: when are the iPod hacks coming?
Another iPod site with everything from hacks to coffee mugs.<br><br>http://www.iPodlounge.com/<br><br>Looks like yet another spin off of a commercial Mac site.<br><br>After the iPod the digital sequel will be (anyone's guess). .<br><br><br><br>128k_Mac<br>"When in doubt, reboot" - CaseCom
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