I’m working on the new version of vPod; vPod 2.0 and it’s gonna be hot, hot, hot! It supports photos, videos, album art and my patent pending iPod Sex Technology. Since the only iPod I had was an old 3rd Gen 15GB I wasn’t able to test any of the new features so I went and raided the Apple Store this afternoon.
vPod 2.0 is going to be a commercial product. It’s gonna sell for $10 or so and I am pretty sure I can sell quite a few copies, so it’s a decent investment.
I bought a 512 MB Shuffle, a black 1GB Nano and a black 30 GB iPod with Video. The guy that sold them all to me was a little shocked and I think he secretly thought I was just gonna break and run with them.
One thing that’s pretty interesting is that the Apple Store doesn’t require a signature for credit card purchases. I was a little surprised by that. I knew that Visa was working with companies for small purchases, usually under $25, but I didn’t know they had opened it up that much. It makes me wonder how hard it would be to say I never made the purchase. “Yea, I lost my wallet in the park and then someone returned it to me a month later.”
They did check my ID, but if I had lost my wallet the perp would have had that too.
I am all for convenience, but I just don’t know… it breaks the ol standard “show something, know something” rule of security.