Does the typical rental car in Ireland come with an auxiliary port for an iPod? [more inside]
How widespread is free, open WiFi in Japan (Tokyo especially)? [more inside]
Using an iPod Touch wireless features when travelling in Europe - what is the general availability of free wireless connections/hotspots? Would one be able to get substantial use out of it for checking train schedules, finding telephone numbers, etc? [more inside]
Am I going to bring down the plane if I listen to my iPod during takeoff and landing? [more inside]
I'm going to London + Paris and don't want to blow up my electric/electronic gadgets. [more inside]
I hook my Ipod to my car stereo using an FM transmitter. Before setting out I'd like to choose a frequency that's not going to compete with local radio stations en-route. Is there a simple list of frequencies likely to be safe from interference? Alternatively has anybody done yet built some kind mash-up website that would give me a frequency for a given journey? I am in the UK but would be interested if this has been done anywhere. [more inside]
What should I bring on my trip to Brazil to make a little extra spending cash? [more inside]
I am driving to school. I am in need of media for my ipod+itrip. Suggestions? [more inside]
I own a 4G iPod. I'm renting a Penske truck to move from Memphis to Boston. What are the options for playing my iPod in the truck? I of course don't want to spend a ton of money because I will only use the setup for a few days, but I'm still interested in hearing all the options you can think of.
Going to Scotland and don't want to blow up my new iPod, so I'm looking for some firsthand knowledge here -- do UK cars have the same kind of AC cigarette lighters? Will I be able to power the 'Pod with my Belkin car adapter in my rental car? Or do I have to spring for the "world traveler" adapter kit to power the blasted thing while I'm across the pond?