Summary: What to do with the Squeezebox?No diff available.
Several factors came together:
And so… I bought a new gadget! A Pure-Fi Elite by Logitech. How’s that for a craptastic name?
Anyway, the thing is that it easier to sync my iPod with iTunes, and then just use the iPod instead of the Mac Mini as music server. Plug the iPod into the Logitech thing, and instant access to 33G of music.
The Logitech user interface is elite pure-crap, by the way. Press this or that, then up and down to pick the play list. That’s as far as I got. The Squeezebox was at least somewhat better. But here’s the good part. I can just grab the iPod, save the old On-The-Go playlist, collect a new one, plug the iPod, and I’m done. Yes, the On-The-Go playlist thing has turned out to be a major feature!
Anyway, that leaves me with two gadgets:
The Tivoli Model One I bought two years ago – a simple radio – and the Squeezebox.
I decided to move the radio near the balcony. Whenever I’m sitting outside, I can move the radio and listen to some music outside. And for those few hours I do enjoy the sun, I can plug the iPod into the radio using the ordinary audio cable. It works. I like.
But what to do with the Squeezebox? I’m not sure.