Tuesday, February 01, 2005


I have now further immersed myself into the iPod culture. I went to the Apple store near work and picked up the iTrip at lunch today. If you're not familiar with it, the iTrip is an FM transmitter made to attack to your iPod mini (or regular iPod). This allows you to broadcast to an FM frequency and listen to your iPod in your vehicle through the stereo. On the way home, my carpooling buddy (Mike) and I listed to a speech by Mark Cuban at the Web 2.0 conference and a podcast by Adam Curry (interesting fellow, though I only listened to a very short podcast). Overall the experience was positive. There was a little interference, but that was around even with the iPod was paused, so I'm not sure it had anything to do with it or not. But, regardless, I'm very pleased that I have it. Now we won't be slaves to the radio for interesting content :)

And speaking of interesting content, I'm looking for recommendations for audio broadcasts that I can listen to on my iPod. Through the NT Wright page I got some of this lectures and listened to one today, though I'm looking for more stuff by him and by others. Any recommendations would be helpful, and I'll be sure to post them when I've collected some for myself.


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