We've all heard of this kind of device before, but not for iPods. Apparently the miShare is the first to do this well.
The miShare is a device which sits between two iPods and allows for easy file transfer. It connects via the bottom docking connectors on the iPods. How you select which files get transferred and which don't is unknown, but will probably find out closer to release. Apple probably won't like this though based on their one-library-per-iPod restrictions.
According to Nathaniel Wice, the device runs a stripped down Linux distribution and uses easily available open-source tools to access the iPod's library files. The miShare can transfer music, pictures and video. When in music mode the miShare will automatically transfer the most recently played song or songs, depending on how it is set.
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