Best product to come out of Nashville since the Goo-Goo Cluster

Best product to come out of Nashville since the Goo-Goo Cluster:  the Griffin TuneCenter. “Attach TuneCenter to your television and stereo (via S-video) for viewing photos, watching video, listening to your iPod music library or internet radio. With the included 14 button remote, TuneCenter turns your iPod into a complete Home Media Center. Just dock the iPod into TuneCenter, and let the entertainment begin.” (All for the cost of about 40 boxes of Goo-Goos, $99).

(Disclosure: Even though Griffin Technology is based in Nashville, I have no connection whatsoever with the company or its management nor have I ever been given any free products or other considerations by the company in exchange for blogging about how great their products are — However, if they’d like send me over some stuff to “try out,” I’m sure we could work out something :-{)

Bonus link: Dumbest iPod accessory ever (scroll down).

(via: Digg).

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Top 4 things this post is going to be about

Top 5 things this post is going to be about:

1. Did I miss something? Do people link to your blog more if every post is a list of truisms?

2. I’d rather people blog in a style I don’t comprehend than not blog: Especially when it’s someone who knows a lot about a specific topic I’m interested in.

3. This will be my last post with numbers at the beginning of each sentence: Until I do it again.

4. Sorry if you don’t understand what this post is about: It’s about a new blog by someone I admire, but who I wish would drop the list thing and start talking like a human being. Or maybe that’s the way he talks all the time. “Kids, list five lessons you learned in school today.”

5. Blog posts can be lists: I like the kind of posts where people talk, however, if lists float your boat, list away.

Update: 6. I’m speechless: Thanks to Dave Winer for giving this humble post such a nice shout-out.

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