June 27, 2002
When it comes right down to it, the iPod has the potential to be so much more than a music playback device. Sure, it has some basic contact retrieval (note that I didn’t say contact “management”) capabilities, speedy-quick file storage, and a couple of nifty easter eggs, but why couldn’t it be even more expandable and adaptable? Erik Wrenholt has been asking the very same questions and has compiled a list of possibilities that are certainly well within the realm of the doable. So Apple… why not listen to some of your customers and please open up the iPod API. Via Scripting News
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