Whoa...I used to do that when I was in highschool. But I had no idea what would happen. It was back in the "I wonder if I change .bmp to .tiff what will happen" days. Crazy that the zune-developers let that one by them
I think Zune owners will eventually develop an ability to detect the presence of other Zune owners...call it "Zunedar".
Of course, it may amount to no more than looking in the mirror.
Then there are all the possibilities for the terminally bored and kinky: sexual liaisons initiated between people who exchange music via the WiFi feature (just think, you'll share something unique ) - but to make it more poignant, the rules are that you
have to break up after your allowed three days of play time for the shared file.
It gives a whole new meaning to the term "our song".
Betcha a year from now any 3-day relationship (to clarify, most of mine have lasted whole weeks longer than that) will be called "a zune", as in "Oh yeah her, well, we had a zune a year or two ago but there was no way it could last".
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