Secrets of the iPod, 2nd Edition is the perfect companion for Apple's wildly popular iPod, which, according to Wall Street Journal columnist Walter Mossberg, "...just gets better and better. No other digital music player comes close." But Windows users no longer have a reason to be jealous-the newest iPod models now work with PCs as well as Macs. Secrets of the iPod, 2nd Edition welcomes Windows users into the iPod family with tips and tricks for both Mac and Windows users on how to get the most out of their iPods. The revised edition of this practical guide covers a slew of other new features as well, including how to work with iTunes 3, the latest version of Apple's free MP3 player, and how to use new and improved contact management and calendar software to transform your music player into a portable organizer. Additionally, Secrets of the iPod, 2nd Edition includes hints for accessorizing and protecting your iPod, tips for making the most of its storage capabilities, and practical troubleshooting advice for those moments when the diminutive device is uncooperative.
Christopher Breen has been writing about the Macintosh since the latter days of the Reagan Administration for such publications as MacUser, MacWEEK, and Macworld. He's the author of Mac 911 and Macworld's tips and troubleshooting column; Mac 911, the troubleshooting-tome-for-the-whole-family; and Mac 911, the decorative lunchbox.