Yep, I do remember that I used this same post title last summer.
This time I’m referring to ipods (although I’d still love to read your current six word memoir!).
Last year a friend gave me his old ipod. I was thrilled .
I was intrigued.
I was trained.
Then I was hooked.
I downloaded my favorite cds.
I discovered podcasts.
Then I was REALLY hooked.
For the past months, these have been some my favorite podcasts:
What are your favorite podcasts?
6 thoughts on “if i show you mine…”
As much as I adore my iPod, I’ve never listened to a podcast…but now I’m inspired and I’m going to check out the list of podcasts you’ve mentioned above. Thanks for sharing this. I have a feeling I’ve been missing out on something great!
Do you sleep?? How do you do all that you do?
I’ve been afraid of getting hooked on my ipod. That’s if I learn how to use it! You’ve inspired me, Lisa.
PP, i bet you’d LOVE podcastland. who knows, maybe i’ll be downloading PP podcasts soon !
yessssssssssssssss Robin, i sure do sleep – a LOT. in fact there’s a great meditation podcast i like … .
Like you, I was introduced to the “iWorld” through a friend’s hand-me-down. In my case, it was a 2G iPhone. Although I have not downloaded podcasts yet (do plan to), the iPhone and the rest of the iProducts are “game changers”. Didn’t think I would like the iPhone as much as I do, but the real seller in my case comes from the apps. My son, who has autism, loves my iPhone, and the touch screen is very intuitive to him. Just found out about an app that transforms the iPhone into an augmentative/alternative communication (AAC) device (pictures with sound/voice synthesis). This solution, which has been receiving rave reviews, costs about $400, while dedicated AAC devices run $2k to $8k. No brainer to me…
By the way, love your watercolor blog header!
Shay, HOW COOL that your iphone makes your dear son’s life so much easier. LOVE THAT!
i can barely text. so an iphone definitely isn’t in my near future.
so glad you like the blog header. i’m a spiral junkie – ha!