It can sync to iCal (via iSync), and there is now no distinction between Windows and Mac versions (Generation 1 devices which needed a Firewire card and included a 6-to-4 pin adapter - powered to non-powered).
The "Classic" version launched on 2007-09-05:
The video-enabled fatter 80GB version launched on 2006-09-12:
The Photo version:
The Generation 4 iPod:
The Generation 3 look:
The vintage (Generation 1 and 2) iPod (which is what I have):
- iPodLounge (gallery)
- Packaging Photos
- Using the iPod as a PDA
- iPod Scripts
- Hyperlinking (PDF)
- Battery Replacement
- Pocket Docks - real neat.
- dopi, a Mono-based UI to manage tracks that uses ipod-sharp
- A collection of Linux and cross-platform software to manage iPod music
- Pod2Go - imports RSS feeds and all sorts of data to the iPod
- EphPod - iPod management and news feeds for Windows
- iPodSync (syncs to Outlook):
- XPlay (allows you to use a Mac iPod in Windows):
- Palm2iPod (exports Windows Palm Desktop data to the iPod)
- GNUPod - access it from Linux
- iPod Linux - yes, you can ruin your iPod by running Linux on it.