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Saturday June 30, 2007
06:53 AM

iPod+Nike+, damn iPod

[ #33645 ]

I concluded my last goal Thursday (90 km in 4 weeks), this month is however a bit longer that 4 weeks, but I did not want to set my next goal up until 1st. of July (100 km in 4 weeks).

But this should not keep me from running so I went for a 6 km run today.

Heading back on my last kilometer I wanted to hear the Powersong, the Powersong is a special song/piece of music selected by the user, which gives a mental boost to achieve a bit more. Mine is currently 'Bodies' by Smashing Pumpkings.

Anyway, So I held the middle button on my iPod Nano to enable this, instead the iPod started reporting stats in my progress and then shut off.

So I ran home with no music playing and no stats for the run being recorded for the run, so I lost 6 km. Just happy it did not interfere with my goals.

I am sure I operated the iPod Nano as described in
the manual, damn iPod.

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