With iPod touch, Apple's sleek little entertainment center has entered a whole new realm, and the ultimate iPod book is ready to take you on a complete guided tour. As breathtaking and satisfying as its subject, iPod: The Missing Manual gives you a no-nonsense view of everything in the "sixth generation" iPod line.
Learn what you can do with iPod Touch and its multi-touch interface, 3.5-inch widescreen display and Wi-Fi browsing capabilities. Get to know the redesigned iPod Nano with its larger display and video storage capacity. It's all right here. The 6th edition sports easy-to-follow color graphics, crystal-clear explanations, and guidance on the most useful things your iPod can do. Topics include:
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J.D Biersdorfer is the author of "iPod: The Missing Manual" and "The iPod Shuffle Fan Book," and is co-author of "The Internet: The Missing Manual" and of "Google: The Missing Manual, 2nd Edition." She has been writing the weekly computer Q&A column for the Circuits section of The New York Times since 1998. She currently co-hosts the weekly NYT Tech Talk podcast and has written for Rolling Stone, The New York Times Book Review and the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design. She lives in New York City.
David Pogue, Yale '85, is the weekly personal-technology columnist for the New York Times and an Emmy award-winning tech correspondent for CBS News. His funny tech videos appear weekly on CNBC. And with 3 million books in print, he is also one of the world's bestselling how- to authors. He wrote or co-wrote seven books in the "For Dummies" series (including Macs, Magic, Opera, and Classical Music). In 1999, he launched his own series of amusing, practical, and user-friendly computer books called Missing Manuals, which now includes 100 titles.Contenuti:
The Missing Credits; ; Introduction; ; Chapter 1: Meet the iPod: Out of the Box and into Your Ears in 15 Minutes; 1.1 Meet the iPod Classic; 1.2 Meet the iPod Nano; 1.3 Meet the iPod Shuffle; 1.4 Meet the iPod Touch; 1.5 Install iTunes; 1.6 Unpack iPod and Set It Up; 1.7 Three Ways to Get Music for iTunes (and iPod); 1.8 Automatically Load the iPod Classic or Nano; 1.9 Manually Load the iPod Classic or Nano; 1.10 Automatically Load the iPod Shuffle; 1.11 Manually Load the iPod Shuffle; 1.12 Automatically Load the iPod Touch; 1.13 Manually Load the iPod Touch; 1.14 Disconnect the iPod from Your Computer; 1.15 Charge Your iPod the First Time; 1.16 Control the iPod Classic or Nano with the Click Wheel; 1.17 Other iPod Ports and Switches; 1.18 Basic Finger Moves for the iPod Touch Screen; 1.19 Special Buttons on the iPod Touch; 1.20 Find the Music on Your iPod—and Play It; Chapter 2: Bopping Around the iPod Classic, Nano, and Shuffle; 2.1 Turn the iPod On and Off— or Put It On Hold; 2.2 Navigate the iPod's Menus; 2.3 What's in the Music Menu; 2.4 Cover Flow on the iPod; 2.5 What's in the Videos Menu; 2.6 What's in the Photos Menu; 2.7 What's in the Podcasts Menu; 2.8 What's in the Extras Menu; 2.9 What's in the Settings Menu; 2.10 Other Menus: Shuffle Songs and Now Playing; 2.11 Customize Your iPod's Menus; 2.12 Set the iPod's Clock(s); 2.13 Use the iPod as an Alarm Clock; 2.14 Let the iPod Put You to Sleep; 2.15 Search for Songs on the iPod; 2.16 Jump Around in Songs and Videos; 2.17 Adjust the iPod's Volume; 2.18 Adjust the Backlight Timer; 2.19 Charge the iPod Without the Computer; 2.20 Play Games on an iPod; 2.21 Some Idiot Set the iPod Menus to Greek; 2.22 Lock Up Your Pod; Chapter 3: Touring the Touch; 3.1 Turn iPod Touch On and Off; 3.2 The Home Button and Home Screen; 3.3 What's in the Music Menu; 3.4 What's in the Videos Menu; 3.5 What's in the Photos Menu; 3.6 What's in the Settings Menu; 3.7 Other Icons on the Touch Home Screen; 3.8 Fancier Fingerwork for the iPod Touch; 3.9 Customize Your Touch Menus; 3.10 Cover Flow in Motion; 3.11 Touch the Now Playing Screen; 3.12 Control Music by Touch; Chapter 4: iTunes Basics; 4.1 The iTunes Window: An Introduction; 4.2 Change the Look of the iTunes Window; 4.3 Change the Size of the iTunes Window; 4.4 Change the Size of That Tiny Type in the iTunes Window; 4.5 Import Specific Songs From Your CDs; 4.6 Change Import Settings for Better Audio Quality; 4.7 Three Ways to Browse Your Collection; 4.8 Find Your Songs in iTunes; 4.9 Shuffle Your Music...and Smart Shuffle; 4.10 The iTunes Visualizer; Chapter 5: iTunes Power Moves; 5.1 You're the Critic: Rate Your Music; 5.2 Listen to Internet Radio; 5.3 Share Your Music; 5.4 Change a Song's File Format; 5.5 Even Out Your Song Volumes; 5.6 Set Up Multiple Libraries in iTunes; 5.7 Improve Your Tunes with the Graphic Equalizer; 5.8 Find (and Get Rid of) Duplicate Songs; 5.9 Change a Song's Start and Stop Times; 5.10 Edit Song Information; 5.11 Edit Album Information; 5.12 Add Artwork Automatically; 5.13 Add Artwork Manually; 5.14 Find and Add Lyrics to Your Song Files; 5.15 View Lyrics on the iPod; 5.16 What iTunes Can Tell You About Your iPod; 5.17 Use iTunes to See What's on Your iPod; 5.18 Adjust Your iPod's Preferences with iTunes; 5.19 Load Songs on an iPod from More Than One Computer; 5.20 Manually Delete Music and Videos from Your iPod; 5.21 Where iTunes Stores Your Files; 5.22 Move Your iTunes Music Folder; 5.23 Back Up Your iTunes Files; Chapter 6: The Power of Playlists; 6.1 Make a New Playlist in iTunes; 6.2 Change an Existing Playlist; 6.3 Add a Playlist to Your iPod; 6.4 Delete a Playlist; 6.5 Make an On-The-Go Playlist on an iPod Nano or Classic; 6.6 Make and Edit On-The-Go Playlists on the iPod Touch; 6.7 Make Playlist Folders; 6.8 Party Shuffle: When You Want to Play DJ; 6.9 Smart Playlists: Let iTunes Assemble Your Playlists; 6.10 Three Kinds of Discs You Can Burn with iTunes; 6.11 Burn a Playlist to a CD; 6.12 Print Playlists and Snazzy CD Covers; Chapter 7: Shop the iTunes Store; 7.1 Getting to the iTunes Store; 7.2 Shop the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store; 7.3 An Overview of the Store's Layout; 7.4 Navigate the Aisles of the iTunes Store; 7.5 Set Up an iTunes Store Account; 7.6 Change the Information in Your Apple Account; 7.7 Tips for Dial-Up Music Lovers; 7.8 Find Music by Genre; 7.9 Buy a Song or Album; 7.10 Buy iTunes Plus (Higher Quality) Music; 7.11 Buy Movies or Videos; 7.12 Buy Audio Books; 7.13 Buy iPod Games; 7.14 Download and Subscribe to Podcasts; 7.15 Usage Rights: What You Can Do with Your Purchases; 7.16 Publish Your Own Playlists (iMixes); 7.17 Other Cool iTunes Store Features; 7.18 iTunes Gift Certificates: Buy 'Em and Spend 'Em; 7.19 Other Ways to Send iTunes Gifts; 7.20 Use iTunes Allowance Accounts; 7.21 Make an iTunes Wish List; 7.22 What to Do If Your Download Gets Interrupted; 7.23 The Purchased Playlist; 7.24 Set Up Parental Controls for the Store; 7.25 Authorize Your Computer for iTunes Purchases; 7.26 Deauthorize Your Computer; 7.27 Use Your iPod to Copy Purchases to Other Computers; 7.28 See Your iTunes Purchase History and Get iTunes Store Help; Chapter 8: Videos Everywhere; 8.1 Add Videos to iTunes; 8.2 Play Videos in iTunes; 8.3 Transfer Videos to the iPod; 8.4 Video Formats That Work on the iPod; 8.5 Play Videos on the Classic and Nano; 8.6 Play Videos on the iPod Touch; 8.7 Play YouTube Videos on the iPod Touch; 8.8 Play iTunes and iPod Videos on Your TV; 8.9 Burn Your Video Collection to DVD; 8.10 Use Closed-Captioning on Videos; Chapter 9: Picturing Your Photos on the iPod; 9.1 What You Need to Put Photos on Your iPod; 9.2 Get Pictures onto the iPod; 9.3 Digital Photographer Alert: Storing Full-Quality Photos on the iPod; 9.4 View Pictures on the iPod Classic or Nano; 9.5 View Photos (in a Pinch) on Your iPod Touch; 9.6 Play Slideshows on the iPod; 9.7 Play Slideshows on a TV; Chapter 10: The iPod as Personal Assistant; 10.1 Use the iPod as an Address Book; 10.2 Use the iPod as a Calendar; 10.3 Track Time: Your iPod as a Stopwatch; 10.4 Tick-Tock: the iPod as a World Clock; 10.5 Use Your iPod Classic or Nano as a Portable Hard Drive; 10.6 Read Text Files on Your iPod; Chapter 11: iPod Touch(ing) the Web; 11.1 Get Your Wi-Fi Connection; 11.2 Going on a Safari Tour; 11.3 Zoom and Scroll Through Web Pages; 11.4 The Safari Address Bar; 11.5 Use the Touch Keyboard; 11.6 Create and Use Safari Bookmarks; 11.7 Edit and Organize Bookmarks and Folders; 11.8 Syncing Bookmarks with iTunes; 11.9 The Safari History List; 11.10 Tapping Links; 11.11 Web Programs for iPod Touch; 11.12 Search the Web; 11.13 Audio and Video on the Web; 11.14 Manipulate Multiple Pages; 11.15 Pop-up Blockers, Cookies, and Security; 11.16 RSS: The Missing Manual; 11.17 Find Other Mobile-Friendly Sites; Chapter 12: iPod Out Loud; 12.1 Checklist: Taking the iPod on the Road; 12.2 The FM Connection: Playing the iPod Through a Radio's Speakers; 12.3 Connect the iPod to a Car's Cassette Player; 12.4 iPod and Serious Car Audio Fans: The Custom Installation; 12.5 Play the iPod Through Portable Speakers; 12.6 Find a Power Source for the iPod; 12.7 Connect the iPod to a Home Entertainment System; 12.8 Where to Find Cool iPod Stuff; Chapter 13: What to Do When the iPod Isn't Working Right; 13.1 Apple's Alphabet: The 5 (or 6) Rs of iPod Repair; 13.2 Reset Your iPod; 13.3 Download and Reinstall iTunes and iTunes Updates; 13.4 Use the Diagnostics Tools in iTunes for Windows; 13.5 Update Your iPod's Software; 13.6 Start Over: Restoring Your iPod's Software; 13.7 Understanding the iPod's Battery Messages; 13.8 Apple's Tips for Longer iPod Battery Life; 13.9 Replace Your iPod's Battery; 13.10 AppleCare—What It Is and Whether You Need It;
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