Telegraph | Arts | Why I’m turning a deaf ear to the Pod botherers
I hate iPods. I mean, I really, really hate them. There, I’ve said it. My feelings towards Apple’s oh-so-clever digital music player have left me feeling ostracised and hopelessly out of the loop.
Every time I slip the latest CD into my Walkman (�35), part of me wonders if I’m a freak for thinking that �400 is too much to spend on a portable music player. Am I culturally impoverished for failing to understand why it’s essential to have 10,000 songs in my back pocket when I pop out for a pint of milk? Am I the only person who doesn’t get over-excited by the sleek, minimalist design (a “touch wheel”, how clever)?
Methinks we need to stone the unbeliever.
3 responses to “iPoo-pooing the iPod”
yeah. down with non-pod-people.
C’mon, with minis (mini iPods) now going for $250, you can’t resist, can you?
I am with you Nick, I have a brand new 20 gig iPod that I am goofy for!
And during my recent trip to Chicago I saw the iPod mini, and aren’t they just precious? 😉