Apple Ipod Nano – Why Bother? | TekGoblin

The Apple Ipod Nano? Not another article about it! Well, fasten your seatbelt, because I’m going to take you on a nice literary roller coaster ride.

Huh? What does a jaunty verbal exposition have to do with the most popular personal electronic in the history of man? Well, before you go to and try to decipher the last sentence, I submit to you the following proposition. Sit tight, relax, and keep your ears peeled for some insightful remarks.

So let’s get started. It all started when I was a little boy…or was I already grown up? Hmm. Now that I think about it, I think I was already in college at that time. Do you remember those times? Were you even born yet, back in the 90’s? If you weren’t even born yet, please click “close” on this browser window, shut down Windows (or Linux if you’re geek-cool), and proceed to expunge the plug of your little computer from the electrical outlet. Because you won’t even begin to understand what the heck I’m about to tell you.

You see, music was completely free way back in pre-historic times (a.k.a. the 90’s). You could turn your computer on (all 10mb of RAM), go to an unmentionable site (with the initials of Napster) and get all the illegally shared music you can swallow in one day, like a fish stuffed silly to the gills with deep fried cheese jalapenoes. By the way, I just watched a documentary on how these things are made on the Food Network, and all I can say is if you’re still eating them, I wouldn’t bet on you if you were the only horse out the gate.

But back to my story. Or should we go back? Hmm…Umm. I think what you’re really waiting for is some new, juicy news about the delightful gadget known as the Apple Ipod Nano. Well guess what. I’ve got some bad news for you junior. And you are junior to me, even if you’re older than me, because I’m from the Napster era.

And the news is: the apple nano is one sleek piece of Apple gadgetry. If you know of where I can get one for free, drop me a line, eh?

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