As I mentioned a few days ago, I ordered a 16GB iPod Nano via my credit card rewards (The fact that I have enough rewards points to get an iPod Nano is another issue, although as mentioned, I use the credit card for pretty much everything). It came today, and you can see some pictures in far-bigger-than-they-need-to-be size here. Thanks to Silver for holding up the Nano in three of the pictures.
I’m less ashamed than I perhaps should be to admit that I took the 2GB Nano for a “Farewell Tour” at work today, listening to it more than I had in quite awhile. In a sense, it was appropriate, and although I have some sentimental connection to it (Again, it was really my last link to the pre-“adult” world that is college, even though I technically won it after I had been graduated for four months), said “last hurrah” was itself a sign that I needed a new iPod–despite allegedly being fully charged, the 2GB Nano ran out of battery before the end of the day.
If you’re curious, the first album to be downloaded onto the new iPod was Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, mainly by virtue of being the first album that caught my eye when sorting the songs by Artist.