Technology, at its best, saves us from doing stupid things. You know, the kind of thing that, immediately after you do it, you think, 'I really shouldn't have done that.' If you've ever connected your iPod or iPhone to someone else's Mac to charge it, you have an idea of what I am talking about. iTunes, being the helpful little syncing agent that it is, will ask if you want to sync your iPod to this strange other person's iTunes library. If you aren't paying attention, and just blithely click OK, then all you can do is watch in horror as your iPod is filled with someone else's music (which, of course, isn't nearly
Tune Blocker will be available in March and it comes in two versions: one with a 3 foot cable for $24.95 and a 6 foot version for $29.95.
This story, "Tune Blocker Saves You From Yourself" was originally published by Macworld.