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11/20/2006
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Mitch Wagner
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You May Think Your Zune Is As Good As An iPod, But Can It Save You From Being Mauled By Bears?

A first-time mushroom hunter was saved after being lost in the woods when rescuers spotted the light of his glowing iPod, which he was using as a makeshift flashlight. (Via Wired Blogs)

A first-time mushroom hunter was saved after being lost in the woods when rescuers spotted the light of his glowing iPod, which he was using as a makeshift flashlight. (Via Wired Blogs)

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