Introducing Gretchen, our new Zune Editor

A big howdy and hello to all of you beautiful Windows Phone groupies out there in the interwebs.  I’m Gretchen, and I just got my brand spankin’ new WP7 this week.  The touch screen, the easy-to-use interface… I’m having flashbacks… of my Zune HD!

I’ve had a Zune Pass the entire time I’ve owned my Zune. I listen to my Zune every day- podcasts at work, music at home. I’ll watch videos on it when I’m on the road. At parties, I usually end up talking to someone about how happy I’ve been with the Zune; people have usually heard of it, but aren’t really sure what it looks like or know what it can do.

I’m here to write about all things Zune on the WP7.  I’m hardly a techie, but I do love my music, and I love my Zune.

Whether you already have a Zune, or if you’re wondering what that cube-like icon is on your live tile, I’m here to help you get the most out of the Zune feature on WP7.  I’ll cover the basics of getting the Zune on your WP7 set up, as well as all the fun things you can do with the Zune on WP7.

For users new to the Zune, or long time users moving to Windows Phone 7, please let me know in the comment section if there is any particular concerns or issues you wish me to address in my daily column.

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