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Anatomy of a free iPod

Scott McNulty
January 9, 2006
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We've all seen those free iPod services, but do they really work? This fellow has the proof, and is offering up some suggestions on how you can make it work for you (as well as including his little referral links so he can get even more iPods, but that is another issue).

It is an interesting post which reveals one or two tidbits I didn't know about the program (such as they overnight you your iPod, how nice!).

This is not an invitation to plaster your free iPod referral links in the comments, if you do we will delete the link, but keep the post. We're just trying to keep it real up in here, as the kids say.





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