Build a SuperZune!

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The road less traveled If you are like most tech heavies, you're a rugged individualist. You don't follow the crowd. Who cares what the tech illiterati are doing?

That's why you bought a Zune And not just any Zune. You bought the brown Zune.

The hot girls smirk when you pull it out. So what? They weren't going to dance with you anyway. But deep in your BIOS you have the last laugh, because your Zune isn't just any Zune, it's a SuperZune!

Redmond-safe. Cupertino-approved. Here's the scoop, in 3 easy photos.




Special bonus: a handsome GUI for your SuperZune!

[Photos copyright Aaron Harnly. Used with permission.]

About Aaron Aaron Harnly is a pre-doc in computer science at Columbia. I learned about him due to his nifty Mac plug-in, Letterbox, which gives Mail a modern 3 column layout suitable for widescreen displays. [Note to Steve: buy the Mail developer a widescreen Mac!]

Aaron has sophisticated software development skills: his note promising a Leopard-compatible version of Letterbox "Friday or Saturday" doesn't mention which Friday or Saturday. I predict he will go far.

In his spare time Aaron likes to goof on natural language processing. Aaron, thanks for the great photos.

The Storage Bits take The only thing the SuperZune needs is a little red cape. How about it, Aaron?


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