With new iPods hot out of the oven, I've been asking myself: Is it worthy to upgrade to the iPod classic now? Should I wait until an iPod touch with massive storage comes out to replace my aging iPod video? Well, who cares about that when my iPod is going to be dead in 5 days, 12 hours, 54 minutes and 26 seconds? At least that's what the iPod Deathclock says, a website which asks for your serial number and usage habits to tell you when your iPod is going to die. It uses a set of sophisticated algorithms. Or maybe some random math. I don't know. I don't really care: I would smash my iPod with a hammer for a 120GB touch in a second. [iPod Deathclock]
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An hour before midnight on New Year’s Eve in 1985, a bunch of Harley executives sat in a room at a bank with two stacks of papers, one for bankruptcy and another for recapitalization, if their last gasp ask for fresh investment came in. They had given themselves until midnight to get new money or go bankrupt, and time was running out.
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