At Colonial Williamsburg you expect to see a true historical representation of what life was like over two hundred years ago. At a living historical museum butter churns, horse drawn carts, and triangle hats are usual sights, but how about iPods? Colonial Williamsburg is one of the latest museums to use iPods to lead visitors along tours of the grounds. This device that has only been around for a few years has had a huge impact on how tours are conducted and accessed. Visitors can now hear the portrayal of Thomas Jefferson on an iPod as they cross the grounds as well follow audio tours. Pretty savvy for a museum that shows how life was without any modern conveniences like electricity. Read an article here. What do you think of the latest trends using iPod technology? Let us know!