as there now is nobody left on the planet without an iPod...
We all know that GeeDub has his own iPod, but nobody knows for sure if he can figure out how to use it. My guess is that Karl Rove threatens the device if it doesn't start playing. Or maybe GeeDub asks God for assistance with the complex "button-thingees."
Though the white iPod nano is tiny, it still made an impression on the pope. When the head of the radio's technical and computer support department, Mauro Milita, identified himself and handed the pope the boxed iPod, the pope was said to have replied, "Computer technology is the future." [ed note - I thought children were the future?]
The pope's new 2-gigabyte digital audio player already was loaded with a sampling of the radio's programming in English, Italian and German and musical compositions by Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Frederic Chopin, Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky and Igor Stravinsky. The stainless steel back was engraved with the words "To His Holiness, Benedict XVI" in Italian.