No need for extra hardware… Record away
Rather than buying the expensive recorders that will only burden your pockets, why not install iTalk Recorder Lite, it makes handheld recording the way it should be: searchable, simple and robust. Great for meetings, lectures or anywhere you want to be sure you're getting high-quality digital recordings.
Record your thoughts on your iPod using a voice recorder attachment; publish it to your web site in RSS supported format so that users can download your music to their iTunes library, sync that with their iPod, and both you and others can listen to your thoughts while on the move.
Put on your makeup
The iPod's mirror-finished rear surface makes for a good emergency make-up mirror, just pop it out and begin doing your thing.
Run your favorite Linux apps
Linux runs on everything these days, and the iPod is no exception. The iPod-Linux Installer has been created to use a GUI program that enables Mac OS X users with iPods to dual boot, which is install Linux on iPods while still allowing users to keep and use the Apple Supplied OS. Not sure of the amount of existing applications that can currently run on Linux for the iPod, but efforts are underway to port many useful apps.
Get it a tattoo
Is your iPod growing older and lest colorful, maybe it's time for a touch of personalization. It eventually wants to get a tattoo. O'Reilly is happy to help with this guide to creating your own iPod tattoos. No word on any available piercings.
Pimp your iPod
Turn your iPod into Money
Once you're done with your iPod, you can just sell it on eBay