Mix: Super shuffle, Free iPods, Crib, Banned iPods, Hotness

 DVForge’s Jack Campbell says that the LuxPro Super shuffle was “one of the most clever PR maneuvers” he’s ever seen by a small company, and was never intended to be released.

 In an interesting San Francisco Chronicle article, David Lazarus takes a look at the “free iPod” offers on the web.

 Gizmodo reader Adam Bell has “Pimped” his son’s crib with an iPod loaded with lullabies and a JBL OnStage

 iPods have been banned by a private school in Sydney, Australia because the devices lead to “social isolation.”

 Jim Younkin has posted photos of “Shufflephones 2.0 – New Hotness Edition,” which improves on his original idea with added features.

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