As unlikely as it sounds, Apple’s iPod needs a manual. At least that’s what technical publisher O’Reilly & Associates is counting on with their new release,
iPod: The Missing Manual.
Written by tech columnist J.D. Biersdorfer, “iPod: The Missing Manual” offers to let readers inside “the full range” of Apple’s versatile digital music player, with details on how to get the most out of its PDA-like capabilities, using the iPod as a hard drive, using the device as an e-book reader, displaying recipes, driving directions, book pages or Web pages, playing games and more.
“iPod: The Missing Manual” covers all three generations of iPod, and covers material specific to both Mac and Windows use. It also covers iTunes, MusicMatch Jukebox Plus, and the iTunes Music Store.
“iPod: The Missing Manual,” ISBN 0-596-00477-x, is available for US$24.95. More details, including the Table of Contents, index, author biography and samples, are available