[EDLING:1541] An article from globeandmail.com

Francis Hult fmhult at DOLPHIN.UPENN.EDU
Sat May 6 22:44:17 UTC 2006

Francis Hult (fmhult at dolphin.upenn.edu) thought you would be interested in the following article from globeandmail.com, Canada's leading source for online news: 

"How one tech-savvy music lover taught the iPod to speak Hebrew" 
When Yinon Yamin bought his iPod last summer, he was as infatuated with the small music player as the next user -- but with one significant difference.The Israeli university student soon discovered, to his great frustration, that the high-tech player had a major deficiency: Download a Hebrew-language pop song with its information written in Hebrew, and the corresponding song title on the iPod would come up blank. The problem made finding certain songs difficult. 

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