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January 16, 2007



Ugh. Yeah. The new iPods don't support Firewire anymore, because Firewire isn't found on most PCs. This is part of their whole "We should be compatible with PCs" thing, and I think to save space on the new iPods, they made them USB2 compliant only. Even though Firewire is faster and superior. I had to buy a firewire card when I got my first iPod...and then had to buy a USB2 cable when I got my second one.

Silly, I know.


Glad you're ok. Now you know not to undo your seat belt until after you're out of the car.

belle waring

but doood, that's so annoying. here I am, lifelong mac user, confident that I have a couple of free firewire ports on the back and...what? nice that I can still blame microsoft somehow so my little apple-centric world-view isn't damaged.


Nice post. I\'ll return.o


Thanks for your project. I like this site. KEEP IT UP..o


I like it and the background and colors make it easy to read

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