And, to further the question, does my iPod have different tastes in music than I do?
As this link and this link can attest, I am not the first person to wonder about this. I’m just wondering about my unit’s preferences.
On my iPod, which is a reflection of my iTunes set-up in my office at work, I have about 4,300 different songs. Most of this music is either there from a CD that I own or a CD that I checked out from the public library. (As an aside, I haven’t downloaded too much illegally, mainly because it doesn’t seem to be worth the effort to me. But I am honestly not sure how legal or illegal it is for me to have the library music there….) Despite this wide variety, there are two or three artists that seem to pop up all the time, all of which are Ypsilanti Public Library CDs:
- The New York Dolls, an early punk rock band;
- Japanese Shinto Ritual Music (it seemed like a good idea at the time); and
- Charles Ives.
At the time, these all seemed like good CDs to load on to my office computer and thus on to my iPod (what’s the harm?), but I am beginning to have second thoughts.
Okay, back to grading. And now instead of shuffling songs, it’s “The Name of this Band is Talking Heads,” also a public library find.
2 thoughts on “Does my iPod have Favorite Songs?”
I’ve looked at the library for Talking Heads a few times and never found it.
What do I have to do, to make an audiobook file appear on the audiobook folder on my iPod?
I didn't get it how does it work.
Is there a special extension for audiobooks, because I've tried to convert to ACC (tutorial on this forum) but it didn't work.
Please, help me.