Remember the iPod Nano? The first one?

The ones that were “as thin as a pencil!” and came in black and white? Yeah. I had one. Actually, it was my first iPod. The one thing that bothered me about it was the fact that 1. It only held 2 gigs (which was substantial at the time), and 2. It scratched like none other. A few of my friends made the assumption that I liked to sand it on a regular basis. Ouch.

Regardless, apparently some people got fed up with this and sued Apple for making crappy iPods, which is why I’m writing: If your iPod wasn’t shipped with a slip case, you’re entitled to 25 whole US dollars, which will totally cover the cost of a new iPod. Well, maybe not, but at least it keeps most people quiet. If yours came with a slip case, you only get $15. Hey, its money, isn’t it?  Anyways, if you want more information on the settlement, you need to

click here.

Continue reading is up for another year.

Thats right: I payed my nine-and-some dollars, and will be in business for at least another year. 

RENEW  $9.69  $9.69  
Sub Total $9.69 
TOTAL $9.69 

Exciting, isn’t it? I know, I know. Only I would get excited about this stuff. 
On that note, I have some really good non-crap posts I’d like to publish later. Sorry for the lack of content as of late: I do do other things besides blog.

Oh, and if you own an iPod Nano, stay posted: You may be entitled to some (and by some, I mean “about $15-$25) cash, thanks to a nice settlement. Check it out here.