But I only have 2GB of music that I actually listen to. 8)
And 2GB is about a day and a half...
So even if I listened to my ipod for 24 hours, non stop, there would still be 12 hours of music left...
Assuming I don't want to listen to any song more than once - which I will.
Then there is the fact that I won't listen to my iPod 24 hours non-stop...
Maybe 4 hours a day? tops.
So, 36 hours total / 4 hours a day = 9 days if I listen to each song once.
Say, I want to listen to each song twice, on average... (some only once, some 10 times or so...)
Then, that means I can last 18 days with 2GB.
After those 18 days I can put completely different music on.
Or atleast I could, if I had any other music to put on there...
And all this is not taking into account the fact that I spend hours on end on my iBook every day, and that it would be awfully easy to put more music on (and take some off) every night.
Therefore, in theory an eighteenth of 2GB would be enough If I updated it ever night.
That is in fact 114MB. :twisted:
I'm off now to email Apple telling them to make a 150MB mp3 player that is 4cm wide, 3 cm tall and 0.5cm thick and has a full colour screen. :idea: