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Ode to the iPod: Part 1

The Beginning & Podcasts

On Monday, April 27th, 2020, I took a trip back to 2005 when I picked up a 5th generation iPod from a seller on Facebook Marketplace. I will admit, a mix of nostalgia and curiosity caused me to seek out one of these beauties.

Apple’s click wheel navigation is fantastic, even 20 years later. The synergy between the hardware and software is perfect. This iPod is the quintessential mix of hardware and software that make Apple products unique.

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John Mulnix

John Mulnix

Hosts The Space Shot & The Cosmosphere Podcast. Podcaster. Techie. Bibliophile. Space science & history nerd. I’ve also been a jeweler for 15+ years.

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