07. 15. 2004
Gear Live has gotten reports that freeipods.com is actually is making good on their promise to send you an iPod mini, 15GB model, or $250 in iTunes downloads for free. Of course nothing is really for free, and you'll have to agree to put five friends on their spam list and sign up for one of the "great offers" (AOL Broadband, Columbia House DVD club, Petcare RX, Citibank credit cards for
Please please please don't give freeipods.com the real email addresses of your friends unless you were getting sick of them anyway. My suggestion is that you set up a group using disposable email addresses (Spamex, Spam Gourmet) and then you can delete the temporary addresses when everyone has their iPod. Oh and don't forget to cancel that subscription to the Columbia House DVD club. Do you really want them to send you Daddy Day Care, which appears to be their monthly selection every month?