Google Website Down!
UPDATE: Looks like Google has fixed the problem! But here is a screenshot to prove that it existed.
UPDATE: I think I goofed here.
In order to get your free iPod your must sign-up for one offer and get other people to sign-up to an offer using your referral code. There is a common misconception that it is impossible to get a free iPod because the 5 people that sign-up under you must get 5 people to sing-up who in turn must get 5 people to sign-up just for you to get a free iPod etc. etc. This is not true. The five people that sign-up under you must only complete one offer themselves in order for this to work.
The iPod does not currently support the Windows Media Audio (WMA) format and will not natively play any songs purchased from MSN Music, or any other Windows Media-based music service. If you are an iPod owner and would like to play MSN Music songs on your iPod, you can send feedback to Apple and ask them to change their policy and add support for the Windows Media format.
Bill Gates in his seventh annual keynote speech at the annual International Consumer Electronics Show explained that the proliferation of broadband Internet access and the falling price of data storage are compelling people to put music, photos, movies and other aspects of their life into a digital format. ..... But while promoting what he calls the "digital lifestyle," Gates showed how vulnerable all consumers -- even the world's richest man -- are to hardware and software bugs.
During a demonstration of digital photography with a soon-to-be-released Nikon camera, a Windows Media Center PC froze and wouldn't respond to Gates' pushing of the remote control.
Later in the 90-minute presentation, a product manager demonstrated the ostensible user-friendliness of a video game expected to hit retail stores in April, Forza Motor Sport. But instead of configuring a custom-designed race car, the computer monitor displayed the dreaded "blue screen of death" and warned, "out of system memory."