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Tuesday, April 18, 2006


This story is great, and it shows how stupid and obsolete a corporation can become if it grows the size of a whale making gizmos the size of a mouse. Her idea is actually pretty good. You can check the video on this page: http://cbs5.com/seenon/local_story_103023852.html

The little girl's idea of featuring the lyrics of the songs in the i-pod is actually a very good one. Windows Media Player has that capability but you have to put the lyrics and other comments yourself. Now, I think any person who writes such a mean letter to a nine-year old girl, should be fired, terminated, immediately.

How about putting more information besides lyrics? can i-Tunes do that? or just Windows Media Player, Winamp and Real Player? Wast that the reason for that kind of letter?

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