As the spouse of a first-year [graduate] student at Duke, I have a suggestion of what they can do with all those leftover iPods: “Six months after the Duke University iPod First-Year Experience began, a stack of unopened iPods line Lynne O’Brien’s office. ” . . .
(Found via Stephen Downes).
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What is your suggestion?
and that would be?
give them to grad students? 🙂
I’ve just figured out how, with equipment and software I’ve already got, I can record, encode, and podcast a daily Morning Prayer service, so folks could download it overnight, and listen to a service, complete with the proper readings for that day, at home, or on their way in to work. So if by some miracle you get the ear of those at Duke with all the spare iPods, would you tell them that I need them for a bank to lend them to folks who have a particular need for them — someone who wants to play a service for someone in hospital or hospice, for example?
Did you read the article? There are no leftover iPods.