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Mix: iPod shuffle RAID, Napster To Go, Pod world, Zombies

One ingenious Mac fan used four iPod shuffles along with a USB 2.0 hub to create a 3.9GB RAID array.

Daring Fireball’s John Gruber has an original take on the Napster To Go subscription service and iTunes Music Store comparison.

Etelka Lehoczky of the Boston Globe has written a two-page article on the word “pod.” The article touches on what it means to consumers, where and when it originated, and more.

David Wellington’s zombie novel “Monster Island” is now available as an ebook for iPod note reading.

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