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Observed

The iPod's dirty little secret

By Mark Pothier
June 26, 2005

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IT USED TO BE EASIER to judge people unfairly. A cursory scan of their record collection revealed secrets. Telltale copies of REO Speedwagon's ''Hi Infidelity" were known to wither budding relationships overnight. Soul-deep conversation and physical attraction could not compensate for the nagging doubt planted by ''Frampton Comes Alive." ''I must have been really drunk at the time" did not ... (Full article: 555 words)

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