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SFMOMA offers iPod rentals loaded with walking tours

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is now offering visitors iPod rentals loaded with tours of their exhibits, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. The iPod rentals, which cost $2 each, are drawn from a stock of 100 iPods donated by Apple and offer walking tours broken down into short tracks with matching art reproductions much like cover art for a song. They are in a protective case to keep them from being damaged if dropped.

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