Did anyone else in NYC buy a Zune?
The Zune is an iPod-competitor released by Microsoft this week. I purchased one because I am interested in its sharing feature. Users can send photos and music to other Zune devices in the immediate area via Wi-Fi. If you have a Zune and live in the city, please let me know. I would like to arrange a meetup so we can experiment with the community capabilities of these things.
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My iPod died this morning. Is this worth getting over the new iPods (and their already present support network)?
The jury is still out ...
i read that when you share a track with someone, that person has three days to listen, and then they are provided a link to the microsoft store. if that is true, that'd have to be slapped on the "not-cool" list.
I think it's a fair compromise.
Scott Greider said...
The NYTimes had an informative review the other day. I read the whole thing, even though I wasn't even tempted to get one.
said...Zune gets you laid.
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Hi, I'm Zach. I grew up in Fort Wayne, Indiana and graduated from Wake Forest. After college, I moved to Manhattan to get serious about a company I ran with friends. We sold it to Barry Diller's InterActiveCorp in 2006. I just wrapped up with a project I co-founded called Vimeo and left CV to focus on being a twenty-five year old.
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