Saturday, July 20, 2002
iPod for Windows: Apple’s Trojan Horse
Jay Lyman of NewsFactor.com writes an article in reaction to the recent announcement of iPod for Windows.
“The move to introduce a Windows-compatible iPod represents a serious effort on Apple’s part to serve the broader Windows market and to induce Windows users to switch sides.”
Software: iPod2iTunes 1.0.4 Released
“Within iTunes or the Finder it is not possible to transfer tracks or playlists from your iPod to your Mac(s).
iPod2iTunes (i2i) is the only utility which allows you not only to copy but to synchronize tracks + playlists from your iPod(s) to your Mac(s). The synchronization ensures that you don’t produce duplicate MP3 files on your disk as it is easily the case if you just copy files from the iPod via other methods.
What’s new in v1.0.4:
The ReadMe did not open when you clicked on the playlists “Open ReadMe file
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