iPod Your… Lamborghini?

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Date: Wednesday, October 27th, 2004, 17:00
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Lamborghini owners looking to iPod their Lamborghinis on forum, trying to emulate the BMW. As BMW has recently hard-wired audio inputs for iPods into some of their cars, including the popular 3-series and Z4 roadster, it seems other marque car owners are looking to do the same. Lamborghini-Talk has a forum for owners and enthusiasts and there is a thread on installing iPods in Lamborghinis. P.S. Check out the new BMW 3-series unveiled yesterday on www.bmwusa.com.

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Bose Introduces new iPod Compatible Sound System – SoundDock

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Date: Wednesday, October 27th, 2004, 15:29
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Bose SoundDockBose has introduced the SoundDock, a digital music system for the iPod. Compatible with the dock connector models, Bose says it provides “rich full sound that?s greater than you?d expect from a system this small.” It has a wireless remote that controls the system and basic iPod functions. The SoundDock also charges the iPod when it is inserted. Price is US$299 and you can also purchase a package that includes the SoundDock and a 20 gig or 40 gig iPod, or an iPod mini. I want one.

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New in iTunes 4.7 – Show Duplicate Songs

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Date: Wednesday, October 27th, 2004, 08:13
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iTunes Duplicate SongsiTunes 4.7 includes support for copying photos to an iPod photo and a cool new feature: the ability to show duplicate songs in your library. It works like this, using iTunes 4.7 simply choose a playlist (or your library) and select Edit > Show Duplicate Songs. The main iTunes window switches to display all of the duplicate songs found in your selected playlist. Clicking on the Show All Songs buttons brings you back to the regular view. Read More…

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Aluminum PowerBook Pitting

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Date: Wednesday, October 27th, 2004, 06:11
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MacInTouch has posted a reader thread on the topic of Aluminum PowerBooks pitting. “No, what we’re seeing are not scratches, they are actual pits, depressions, gouges in the aluminum which I can only surmise are caused by body oils or some reaction with other chemicals in our skin.” Several readers have chimed in with similar reports. Click through to MIT for the skinny, including info on Aluminum’s many different anodizing processes and the corrosiveness of peoples’ sweat. Eek!
Has the Aluminum on your PowerBook started to pit?

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The Road Warrior: The iBook Speed Bump; Can PowerBook Updates Be Far Behind?

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Date: Wednesday, October 27th, 2004, 06:29
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In his Road Warrior column Charles Moore predicts that PowerBook speed-bumps may follow last week’s iBook speed bumps. Read More…

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