Hack-a-Day has just given me the best reason I’ve seen yet to take a closer look at iPod Linux: audio input without the cheap dohicky accessories and at up to 96KHz x 16bit. The five step instructions couldn’t be much simpler (well, it might be more complex once a person actually tries it, but the comments suggest good success).
Hack-a-Day is covering lots of iPod hacks (much to the consternation of some readers, but they’re just jealous ’cause they don’t have one). Most important: DRM relief using JHymn. Read the philosophical statement to understand.
Hack-a-Day’s iPod coverage doesn’t iPodHacks, however. If you’re still reading this far, you should probably go look there.