Pretty hard run. Thankfully, the dust was gone. Unfortunately, it was replaced by 96F heat.
iTunes isn’t remembering my Nikeplus.com account info – so none of the workout data is being sent to the Nike site. Definitely not the seamless integration advertised. Maybe I’ll look into this after I cool down.
Update: Not sure what I just did – aside from plugging in the Nano one more time – but the sync now seems to be working.
I dug a hole in my old Nike Presto’s with a utility knife to hide the Nike+iPod bug, a fun hack. Now, if only the outside temp would drop below triple digits so I can try it out.
09 July 2007 Update: After destroying my knees and ankles last night, I’ve retired the Prestos and enlisted a pair of black Nike Shox Turbo OH+.
A pretty good run. I’m still doing intervals to build up endurance (run a song, walk a song, repeat until you’re home.). I could feel a good rhythm underneath a thicker-than-I’d-like surface layer of dust. That underlying feeling kept me going.
I’m using the Nike+iPod kit to track my distance and time. Like Audiobooks and Podcasts before it, the Nike+iPod tab in iTunes proves how limiting iTunes must be for Apple. While the iPod shows me my last (as of this writing) 12 workouts, iTunes only shows me the roll up and none of the detail. Presumably, I need to follow the link to Nikeplus.com for that info, but, considering the volume of information iTunes is managing for me now it seems silly that I can’t see this workout info the same way as my music or movie libraries.