The Art of Shuffling is the most talked about digital music player and fashion statement. The iPod Shuffle has launched the "shuffling revolution" - the portable music experience with the element of surprise and spontaneity. The "iPod Shuffle Fan Book" guides owners on a musical discovery that is never predictable. If you've joined, or are planning to join the "shuffle revolution," this user-friendly, compact and beautifully designed book is the ultimate guide. It shows you how to maximize on the potential of the Shuffle and the power of playlists. Learn how to get it up and running, load it with up to 240 songs, or use it as a flash drive to transport files. This written companion will guide Shuffle owners to master the art of music adventuring helping them: create custom playlists for any occasion; discover, share, and publish playlists with iMix; and burn playlists on CDs. Whether at work or play, iPod Shuffle owners will get the most out of their "shuffling" experience with this handy guide.
Jude Biersdorfer has been writing the weekly Q&A column for the Circuits section of The New York Times since 1998, and she occasionally writes feature stories and how-to articles for the same section. She has written for Rolling Stone, The New York Times Book Review and the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, among other publications, and has contributed essays on the collision of pop culture and technology for the books The Education of the E-Designer (2001) and Sex Appeal (2000), both published by Allworth Press. In her limited spare time, she likes to watch documentaries and torture the neighbors with her clawhammer banjo playing. She lives in New York City.