Take Out: Grad Guide Goodies

If you're having a tough time running down a copy of today's print edition of The Post or Express -- and want to carry something around that isn't a PC or laptop -- there's plenty in the Guide you can take with you.

All of the main Guide articles are available in MP3 format:
Stepping Out
Budgeting
Your Career
Benefits
Office Love
Wheels
Clothes
Your Pad

In addition, you can download mini text versions of many of the pieces in the Guide -- handy lists and tips you can carry with you wherever you go -- for use on your portable music player.

For iPod users:

Right-click here to download.
Extract the files to a folder named "Grad Guide to Go."
Mount your iPod as an external drive.
Move the "Grad Guide to Go" folder into your Notes folder.
Disconnect your iPod and read the guide using "Extras > Notes."

For Windows-based device users:

Right-click here to download to your PC.
Extract the files to a folder named "gradguide."
Connect your portable and transfer the "gradguide" folder from your PC.
Disconnect your device and read the guide according to your player's instructions.

Enjoy! And let us know what you think of this multimedia here on this blog, or via e-mail.

By David Marino-Nachison |  April 7, 2006; 3:40 PM ET  | Category:  Multimedia
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Living and teaching in Korea means I do not have easy access to anything going on in the world. Joining here was the best thing I ever did. If I am busy, I make sure I glance down the headlines, so at least I have some idea of what is going on elsewhere in the world.
Thank you
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