If you are like me, you have an iPod with a lot of open space. Sure, I have a lot of audio, and increasingly video podcasts on it along with the complete released work of Neil Young and a bunch of other singer-songwriter types I like to listen to. But the iPod can also be used as a portable hard disk and companies like Mogopop are providing online tools to easily publish multi-media guides that can be viewed in the iPod’s notes application. One of the newest ones is the Wine Spectator’s Top 100 Wines of 2006. Whoever at the Spectator that spend an hour cut and pasting this list into Mogopop should be commended because the result is really handy. In fact, I’m going to work on getting my wine recommendations in this format and produce some other guides in the future.
Check out the Spectator’s Mogopop guide here.