The library I want to use is Houston's which is 3 hours away from me, so there is no way I can borrow a player. I got the IPod for Christmas and so far it's totally worthless to me. I don't have wireless (yeah, I could buy a router, but what's the point really when I already have a desktop and laptop handy), I've already got many ways to listen to music, and now I can't download audiobooks to it because someone thinks it's not appropriate. What a waste of almost 300 bucks.
I'm still looking for a way though; I mean, there just has to be a way to listen to an audiobook I can check out for free and convert it so that somehow I can listen to it on my IPod Touch. If not, I've got one for sale; hardly used!
So, any more ideas on how to get this done? I don't want to break any laws, but dad-gome! Why do they make this so complicated to use? It's a library checking out stuff for free for goodness sake.
Edited by computerhead, 15 January 2009 - 07:00 PM.