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Kelby Updates His Bestselling Book for Apple iPodiPod Book: Doing Cool Stuff with the iPod and the iTunes Music Store (November 23, 2005)
If the iPod family of digital music players is indeed the hottest holiday gift this year, the second hottest may be a book that shows you how to use them. The iPod Book: Doing Cool Stuff with the iPod and the iTunes Music Store was recently updated and re-released with hundreds of tips and tricks for every iPod, including the new video-enabled iPod, the new iPod Nano, the new ROKR iTunes-enabled cell phone, and iTunes V.6.
This isn't the kind of book that tells every little detail about the iPod. There's no information on compression algorithms, analog vs. digital equalizers, or exporting your playlist in Unicode format.
Instead, this book is a "just-tell-me-how-to-do-it" guide to all the coolest, most requested features and functions of the iPod. And it's written in the plain-English style that has made Scott Kelby one of the world's best-selling technology authors.
The book covers importing your music collection, basic operation (including some cool tricks), using your iPod in the car, the new photo and video features, using the iTunes application to create playlists, popular accessories and much more. If you're looking for a book that focuses on the most important and useful iPod stuff, this is it.
Title: The iPod Book: Doing Cool Stuff with the iPod and the iTunes Music Store, 2nd Edition
Price: U.S. $19.99, CAN $27.99
Available at: http://www.scottkelbybooks.com
About Scott Kelby
In addition to being the world's #1 bestselling computer book author, Scott Kelby is the president of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals, editor-in-chief of Photoshop User and Layers magazines, technical chair of the Photoshop World Conference & Expo, and a principal in KW Media Group. For more information about Scott Kelby, go to http://www.kwmediagroup.com.
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