Yep, but you might wanna make sure and wait for another person to confirm it as I am not sure. Better yet, why don't you ask the Nutrisystem guys because they can assist you better...
I have enough John Denver music on my iPod to drive from here to northwest Wisconsin and listen only to him. Right now, however, I'm using my iPod to "read" a couple of books. I have a 30 minute commute to school and it's a great way to spend the time...
I have a 16GB iPod Touch, with about 1500 songs on board. A real blend of random stuff, but mostly late 60's and 70's soft rock, with a bit of 90's / 00's Alt Rock mixed in..
I'm also obsessive / compulsive, and when I upgraded from the iPod Mini to the Touch, it drove me crazy that not all of my songs had album art, so I spent days finding and adding album art until each of the songs had artwork. My wife thinks I'm a crackpot, but I'm now happy!..
As you can tell, I like a wide variety of music..
Mostly rock, metal, 60's 70's 80's..
How many songs can a 2009 Ipod hold anyway? I bet it is a huge number!.
I have XM for when I workout, but once I get bionic knees I guess I'm going to have get an iPod if I bicycle or go to the Y to use their treadclimbers...
I just got my iphone so I haven't had time to upload my CDs into iTunes yet. But I picked up an app that allows me to "tune" into about 5,000 radio stations that put their broadcasts on the Internet. One of my favorites is a radio station Shonan Beach FM 78.5 out of Japan. They play Jazz, and anything with a good beat..
Another is AM 1710 out of Antioch IL. They broadcast Mystery Radio from the 1930's through early 1950's..
I have about 20 stations from different parts of the world. Sounds great when I hook up my iphone to my stereo...
My musical tastes are hard to describe. I've got a lot of variety in my iPod:.
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
Benny Carter's Orchestra/Louis Armstrong.
Berlin Philharmonic (Furtwangler's 1942 Beethoven's 9th, Friggin Awesome).
Blue Oyster Cult.
Bugs Bunny (What's Opera Doc).
Charles Brown (no, not Charlie).
Chicago Symphony orchestra (Beethoven).
The Chipmunks (yes, THOSE Chipmunks).
Cincinatti Symphony (Tsaichovsky).
Cleveland Orchestra (Beethoven).
Dixie Dominus (my son's band).
London Symphony Orch (Barber of Seville).
Firehouse Five plus Two.
George Thorogood & the Destroyers.
Georges Bizet (Carmen).
Grand Funk Railroad.
Guns and Roses.
Jelly Roll Morton.
Johann Strauss II.
John Philip Sousa.
Led Zeppelin (lots of Led Zeppelin).
Leopold Stokowski (Fantasia).
London Festival Orchestra (more Beethoven).
Pink Floyd (third time that I've bought Dark Side of the Moon).
Ray Charles (lots of..).
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Trans Siberian Orchestra.
Vince Guaraldi trio.
I've got a Cat Stevens cassette in my walkman..
Zune is nice! I actually use a Sansa and I really like it but come August 15 I'll be able to upgrade my Razr v3 to an iphone. Then I'll only have one device to keep up with...
Pandora is a nice app, that lets you hone in on any particular Genre or artist you choose. It constantly updates your likes and dislikes, forming what it thinks you will enjoy into a pretty extensive play list. I have that on my Blackberry...
Yeah, I know... i'm a luddite... I get my music the old fashioned way - I play it myself....
Ps Pandora is AWESOME.....
I found that pic on a "running with guitar" google images search. Funny it had that nutrisystem tag on the clip-art...
No 8 track anymore....
I can still play LPs at home though... my wife wants me to ditch them but I just can't......
Checking it right now.....
Alice In Chains.
Black Label Society.
Carvin Jones Band.
David Lee Roth.
Faith No More.
Guns N Roses.
Ludwig van Beethoven.
A Perfect Circle.
Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Robert Randolph & The Family Band.
Secret Chiefs 3.
Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Stone Temple Pilots.
System of a Down.
Three Dog Night.
I'm so ****ing lame. My little sister got me an Ipod like 4 years ago. And I could not figure out how to use it. Then the other little sister bought me a newer one 2 years ago. I have both of them sitting in boxes..
Actually think it would be nice to put some music into my life. I just feel like technology hurdles stop me (because I puss out and never try.)..
I'm not sure I can get a complete list on here...I'm pushing 19000 songs on my ipod classic..
Artists with more than three albums or 50+ songs each (in no specific order).
Mark Knopfler/Dire Straits.
Eric Clapton/Blind Faith/Cream.
The Housemartins/Beautiful South.
Fountains of Wayne.
Stevie Ray Vaughn.
Weird Al and various other Dr D stuff..
It's OK, climb in off of the ledge. We can talk you through this..
Step one, open the box.....
Faith No More.
Pearl Jam/Eddie Vedder.
The Bird and the Bee.
Black Eye Peas.
X Games Volume 1.
Def Jam 25th anniversary..
That's all I can think of...need to change it out for some new stuff...
The sound through a good turntable from a pristine vinyl into a good tube amplifier out into 20 year old Eclipse speakers is FAR superior to even the best digital home music system. It is richer, fuller, and you can hear aspects of individual instruments which don't translate well into digital..
Unfortunately, the "pristine vinyl" part is tough to maintain. But if you notice in big music stores, a whole lot of new vinyl is showing up for songs done long since the digital music age began. For this very reason..
On the subject of iPods I was at Best Buy to get a new phone last night and looked at the iPods, they have one there that will hold 4,000 songs. Holy cow!..
Thanks Damon, cause his wording was both unfortunate and juvenile...
I walk 3 miles a day, just enough to listen to one disc of a book. This way I can usually "read" the average book in a week and walk 21 miles at the same time. It makes the walk seem shorter, too..
I also have a lot of podcasts. "How Stuff Works" is a great podcast by the way. I get the book CD's free from the library and the podcasts from iTunes are free, too...