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Spymac Announces Worlds First iPod Marketplace


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Karen Thomas
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May 3, 2006, NY, NY — Spymac, the largest Macintosh community and top Mac & Windows site for sharing photos, movies and music online, announced today the world’s first iPod marketplace, “What Would You Do for an iPod?” at

Win or Offer an iPod

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Spymac poses the question: What would you do for an iPod? The site creates a totally new marketplace for the more than 40 million iPod owners with a chance to win or offer an iPod in a unique way. Get something done for your new or old iPod or get a free iPod for performing a task. It’s free to post your requests or offers using the service, and you only pay ($5) if you connect with someone who has (or is willing to give you) what you’re after.

Connect with others who have iPods

If you want an iPod, you can tell the world what you’re willing to do for one. Spymac makes it easy to connect with others who have iPods available and who are willing to give you one in exchange for something done by you. Or, if you have an extra iPod, you can get something for it. Simply send in a request and let people make you offers on what they’re willing to do for your iPod, leading to all sorts of crazy and creative offers. For extra fun, let the Spymac community decide whether or not the applicant deserves your iPod. The possibilities are only limited by your imagination and willingness. Spymac encourages members to use creativity and personal talent! Offers range from mowing someone’s lawn for a week, to logo design, to just about anything!

Here are the current iPod offers online now at and :

“Give me an iPod, you get a car.”

“I will tattoo your store name or logo on my body for a new 30 gig version iPod video.”

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“Give my dog a good home and I’ll give you an iPod.”

“Drywall my basement for an iPod.”

“Recreate the famous scene from ‘When Harry Met Sally’ and win an iPod.”

“House-sit my beachside pad for August (plasma TV, pool, hot tub, fitness room) for an iPod.”

Spymac Club – Play, Work and Live Online

To get the “What Would You Do for an iPod?” feature as well as many other Spymac features for free, users should sign up for Spymac Club. Spymac Club Membership costs only $25/year and provides everything you need to play, work and live online. Socialize, build relationships and have fun sharing and exploring files, bookmarks, multimedia, schedules and other content with your friends and family. Spymac Club offers one of the web’s easiest-to-use blogs, a powerful homepage with extra storage, Multimedia Galleries, personal forums and Spymac’s new suite of Internet applications that seamlessly integrate into your desktop.

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To sign up for “What Would You Do for an iPod?,” go to: For more info on Spymac and Spymac Club, go to the website: The Spymac marketplace is supported by the world’s largest Mac site with 1 million members.

About Spymac

Spymac Network Inc. is a New York City corporation with offices in Dusseldorf, Germany and Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. Originally launched as a Macintosh enthusiast site, Spymac has now grown to the largest international Macintosh community with nearly one million registered users. Spymac boasts innovative Mac and Windows multimedia galleries, the first fully Mac-compatible drag-n-drop homepages, an iPod marketplace, member communities and much more.

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