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Smart phones become tiny boom boxes

Published 05/26/2009, The Orlando Sentinel

If you've visited a major city during the past decade, you've surely seen the people riding the train or walking the streets with a content but glazed look on their faces, seemingly oblivious to everything around them. What are they up to? They're listening to their Apple iPods and doing what journalist Steven Levy calls "escaping reality via the White Earbud Express" in The Perfect Thing, his book about the iPod.

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