Wikipedia on Your iPod

Wikipedia on Your iPod
Henry Lambert
  • 20 october 2006

The iPod is the ubiquitous gadget of the 21st century. You can listen to music, watch video and manage your diary from it. However, never before have you been able to carry the equivilent of 100s of Encyclopedia Britannicas on it.

Steve Rubel
links to Matt Swan’s instructions for writing a script that puts all this information, in the form of Wikipedia, onto the little white box that you carry everywhere. We haven’t tried it at IF! but it sure sounds like fun!

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