"I Want My Video iPod"

Posted by: Rob Hof on October 07, 2005

Steve Jobs, listen up: A panel of teens at Web 2.0 is asked if they would want a video iPod. “That would be awesome,” says Sean Spediacci. “That would be a good idea. You should do that,” says Sasha (sorry, didn’t catch your last name). So there you go.

(Sorry, Sean, for misspelling your name initially. Could have sworn I got it right off your nametag. So… now you know, it was THAT Sean who said it….)

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Reader Comments

John S.

October 10, 2005 12:11 AM

Not to rain on the parade here, but do you think any teens would turn down any new tech offering? Seems to me you could ask them, "do you want video socks" and they'd say yes to that too.

Sean Spediacci

October 11, 2005 11:29 PM

Ummmm my name is spelled "Sean Spediacci" I be very much grateful just for the mundane change thanks


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