My friends, the future is here - and it's called Chromatic. A couple of weeks ago my good old G3 ipod finally gave up the ghost (don't be fooled by the seemingly active screen in this photo. Just try and get it to actually play music). I've had it for four years. And lucky me, it happened just as a brand-new-spanking-gorgeous new piece of music playing electronics got released (my old one was bought right when it was released, mind you).
It's interesting with me and stuff. I take pretty good care of my stuff. My CD player, about 8 years old, is still alive and playing music, in whatever storage box it is. My walkman, that's probably alive too, and I'm only on my 4th cell phone since 2000 (and my first one actually still works. They don't make them like they used to anymore). And so, every time something up and dies on me and I have to replace it - the strides technology took in the time that passed simply boggle my mind. I mean, look how thin this thing is!
So yeah, I have the new nano ipod, yeah it's red, yeah it's sweet and yes - I'd make a really bad gadget-eer.
And this is a tribute to Claudia. I love this little machine.
Labels: Life etc.