I bought a very nice Levenger Bomber Jacket International Pocket Briefcase a little while back on the strength of its DIY planner review. Though I’ve not used it much yet, it seems to be working quite well with my new Lamy Agenda pen.
Anyway, I might write more on that later, but for now I have a coupon I won’t be using, so anyone else who’d like it is welcome to it (assuming it’s not tied to my email address of something)…
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Perhaps it’s old news, but I had no idea that when you deleted some music which came from the iTunes Music Store from your iTunes library, you’d get the chance to restore it from your iPod.
Nice touch , though not actually what I wanted in this case (I originally bought an album on iTMS which was corrupt, got a refund then bought the CD instead, and have now finally got to deleting the old corrupted songs).
There are a few question – If I check the ‘Don’t ask me again’ box, can I enable the feature again somehow later? Wouldn’t it be great if iTunes could somehow do this for all music (not unreasonable if both the iPod and iTunes have been authorised)? Why is iTunes using the word purchased only for iTunes Music Store music (the music from my CDs being just as purchased)?
Anyway, one way or another, it seemed like a cute feature.
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