The new iTunes interface could be used for Google Reader.
By the way, I still hope iTunes will handle RSS feeds so that I can browse blogs on my iPod Touch offline.
If a microwave has MP3 tunes of certain length, say 1 min, 3 min, 5 min, etc., you know WHEN the waiting will be over without looking at the tiny time panel. (The tunes have to be your familiar ones, of course.) And you can have fun cooking!
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I would be really happy if I could read blogs or RSS feeds on iTunes because that means I can “carry” and see them on my iPod anywhere I go. That’s important to me because there are so few “public WiFi” places around me. Using the iPod’s text storage function is not good enough because it has lots of limitations for viewing websites.It’s natural to think that an iPod connects to the net and save data necessary when it’s available and switch to an offline mode when WiFi is not available.