A new application for the iPod, called wiPod has a list of free wireless spots in the Bay Area. If my laptop had a functional battery, I’d add this to my list of reasons to buy an iPod…

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  1. Don’t buy an iPod. They’re made to break quickly and getting them fixed is expensive and incredibly tedious. It’s really not worth it! I got mine exchanged (after way too many trips to the store) due to bad battery (a well-known problem) and the replacement stopped functioning after just a few uses as well. Now I’m past the warranty period and it would cost $50 just so they could tell me that yes, it has a problem (I already know that), but they will no longer exchange it for a functioning model. That’s a lot of money (and time) down the drain.

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