So I was one of probably 178 million people who got an IPOD from Santa this year. I trekked over to the local mall and visited the Apple Store, where a recording device caught my eye. Basically, it allows you to plug your IPOD in and lets you record things. I know that reporters have been using this technology to record interviews, take notes, etc.
I was wondering if anyone used this device in meetings. I was thinking that it would be usefull to record a client or prospect meeting (with their permission)to later review and gather notes, etc. Also, I was thinking it would be usefull in asessing the meeting quality, my speech ( focusing on not saying uhmm... uhh..., etc), and overall giving me a better understanding of the conversation.
Anybody have any thoughts on this?
Never thought of doing this but it makes good sense. Anything that helps me improve I'm all for.
here are a few cool links for the ipod:
Sounds like a good idea to me. Much more impressive than a cassette recorder...
How about a nice reel-to-reel setup with one of those little microphones on a plastic table stand?
I totally forgot about:
Congrats about your new iPod....I'm waiting for the new releases at
MacWorld next week to decide whether I get the Apple mobile phone or a
I am chomping at the bit for a new iMac 24 with the core-duo Intel fully
loaded (including sunscreen) to replace my iMac 17 G-4.