Seems that there is a copy of Front Row floating around somewhere out there... I'm not going to tell you where, but if you search for frontrow1.zip you might find it on a homepage.mac.com. If you were that way inclined. I'm sure you aren't.
You can buy a kit from this site and make it yourself... Much cooler than the iPod Nano. That thing is so ugly and ill proportioned it hurts me to look at it. Good luck with the kit though, it looks hard.
HULGER thinks hands-free kits don't make sense. They might be practical
but they make you look crazy - as if you are talking to yourself in the
street. HULGER shows you are talking with a friend, not one of your
I've been playing with Gimp, a free and powerful image editing application. It can do everything I would do day to day in photoshop, if I owned a copy. It's a royal pain in the butt though, almost as if the developers deliberately made it as difficult as possible for someone who knows photoshop to use. Now someone has hacked Gimp so that at least the menus are all in the same place and are named the same as in photoshop. Check it out if you are familiar with photoshop but too cheap to buy it.
"The new iPod Camera Connector is an optional accessory that enables customers to connect their digital camera to iPod photo and import their photos into the iPod. By simply connecting the iPod Camera Connector and a digital camera*, customers can easily transfer digital images to their iPod photo, providing tremendous storage space so they can take more pictures. Imported photos are immediately viewable on iPod photo's crisp color screen, and can also be brought back to iPhoto(R) on the Mac or various photo applications on the PC. The iPod Camera Connector is expected to be available in late March for $29."
Oh yeah, there's new iPods. Nothing amazing, just a 6 gig mini and a 30 gig iPod photo. There is however a firmware update that adds a new feature - Shuffle Play - to the top level menu in older iPods. Worth a download.
idj is tightly integrated with iTunes, and because it's really just a
mac mini with a giant click wheel on top you can also check your email,
manage your photo collection, play DVDs and edit video.
That wheel on the top is a vinyl sound simulator, incorporating sample pads, dynamic effects, and adjustable braking rate. You can even customize your start-up speeds. A quick start-up time makes it possible to achieve extremely tight cueing. The unit also features a distinctive slip surface on the platter that allows for exceptional tactile control.