Libraries step into the age of iPod

Reuters: – “It may be about time to dig out that old library card. Hoping to draw back readers, libraries have vastly expanded their lists of digital books, music, and movies that can be downloaded by their patrons to a computer or MP3 player — and it doesn’t cost a cent, unlike, say, media from Apple Inc’siTunes or Amazon.com Inc.”

One Response to “Libraries step into the age of iPod”

  1. Davin Peterson
    August 8, 2008 at 9:50 am #

    iPod isn’t the only player. What about the Creative Zen? Creative invented the iPod inferface, which Apple stole.

    Libraries have been offering digital audio books for download, but because the iPod doesn’t support Windows Media Format, the iPod is not supported/compatible. However, the Creative Zen is. If you go to http://www.pwcgov.org/library, you’ll see an image of a Creative Zen Vision:M, not an iPod.

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