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9.2. Notes

The squint factor may be a little high, but the iPod can also lend its screen for displaying text files, which can come in handy if you want to review class notes while relaxing to a little Queen Latifah or skim your talking points before a presentation.

If you have an iPod 2003 or later model, all of this comes to you courtesy of a text-reader program called Notes (Figure 9-3). Notes can hold about 1,000 plain text files and display one at a time onscreen.


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