The iPod book; doing cool stuff with the iPod and the iTunes music store, 3d ed.032148617X
The iPod book; doing cool stuff with the iPod and the iTunes music store, 3d ed.
Peachpit Press, Inc.
This guide to the iPod provides step-by-step instructions on how to use its features, written in a casual and sometimes humorous tone. Kelby skips the technical jargon jargon, pejorative term applied to speech or writing that is considered meaningless, unintelligible, or ugly. In one sense the term is applied to the special language of a profession, which may be unnecessarily complicated, e.g., "medical jargon. and explanations of how the iPod works in favor of upon the side of; favorable to; for the advantage of.
See also: favor explaining its features. The text--presented in brief paragraphs with accompanying illustrations--explains controls, finding songs and making playlists, downloading games and videos, troubleshooting Troubleshooting is a form of problem solving. It is the systematic search for the source of a problem so that it can be solved. Troubleshooting is often a process of elimination - eliminating potential causes of a problem. , and creating podcasts. Also reviewed are security, use in a car, photo features, iTunes, accessories, and the iPod Shuffle The smallest and most basic iPod, and the only iPod without a display screen. Designed for people who just want to press start and play their tunes sequentially or at random, the shuffle holds up to 240 songs in 1GB of flash memory. . Kelby is the author of several computer books See how to find a good computer book. and the editor-in-chief of Photoshop User magazine.
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