iPod nearly filled to capacity.

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  1. bnz506

    bnz506 TPF Noob!

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    With the addition of Nine Inch Nails - Year Zero, I am that much closer to filling my iPod with ten thousand songs.

    9370 songs!
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    I can't imagine having that much music.

    I mean seriously, how much of that do you even listen to?
     
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    yep... I have that very same problem... 5000 songs, and I can't decide what to listen to. looks like it may be time to upgrade to the 80gig!
     
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    Wow. You've nearly filled a 60 gig iPod. That's 20 gig more than my entire computer!
     
  5. astrostu

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    I've been listening to my 2300 songs in alphabetical order. I'm around song 1400 and I've been working on this for 32 days so far.
     
  6. bnz506

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    I can only listen to about 30-40 songs a day but on a day designated to studying I can listen to... gosh a lot maybe 5 hours worth give or take.

    I have a few albums on my iPod that belongs to my brother but otherwise Im pretty selective and only have bands I like on my iPod.

    Hmmm, I never thought about listening to all my music in alphabetical order, could be fun.
     
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    digital flower No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I have about 4,000 songs in my Ipod. I like having my complete CD collection indexed and at my fingertips. I run mine with a random playlist generator and on shuffle about 90% of time. I have listened to a lot of stuff I wouldn't have remembered I had.
     
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    you're not THAT close to filling it, you still have nearly 9 gigs left!
     
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    lol! Talk about selection!!!
     
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    what is an Ipod?
     
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    You're doing better than me - my computer only has 30 gig.
     
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    haha, if you werent kidding , i'm sorry, but that reminded me of my grandpa. Last year i was visiting him down in florida , and my cousin (under 5 yrs. old from what i remember) had an ipod nano (because her mom spoils her i guess) and she showed it to my grandpa, and he goes "what the hell is an ipod?!" i thought it was hilarious because they're almost as common as TVs these days...
     

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