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News 03.24.02-03.29.02

Friday, March 29, 2002

iPod Self Design BodyMask

We’ve received an update from Mei Yiu of Aedon, the U.S. distributor for the iPod Self Design BodyMask:

“We have received our first shipment and are ready to take orders. Moreover, the single-sheet Body Mask is now available.

Single Sheet Body Mask: $9.99
Double Sheet Body Mask: $16.99”

We have a new domain name for this product line.
The website is www.TechReactions.com.

Software: Filemaker to iPod

“FileMaker to iPod!
Now you can export to your iPod from any data source: just import your contacts into this nifty little database first. Use FileMaker’s powerful search tools to export only the contacts you want. It’s free, how cool is that?!

    Highlights:
  1. Because FileMaker is used as the front-end, you can export into your iPod an unlimited variety of data sources: excel tables, tab-delimited, just about every email client alive, a multitude of databases, etc. Just import into this FileMaker “vCard.fp5

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