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Ashlee Simpson Interviewed By Switched!

Hey, Ashlee Simpson fans (we know you're out there) -- you probably already know that Ashlee's new single, Outta My Head (Ay Ya Ya) is being released digitally tomorrow. It's being released as part of a three-song EP. In all the excitement leading up to her new release, we grabbed a chance to ask her our usual questions about her tech habits. Turns out she loves her BlackBerry, but would prefer to have her electric toothbrush on a deserted island. Hmmm.

We love you Ashlee, but what happens when the toothbrush runs out of juice?

What gadgets do you always bring with you for down time? (I.e. down-time at the recording studio, music video set, T.V. appearances/tapings, etc)

My iPod, knitting needles, and yarn.

What cell phone do you have right now and what do you love/hate about it?

The BlackBerry Curve -- I love the camera feature.

Who's the last person you sent a text message to and what was it about?

A friend, about going to Magic Mountain. Woohoo!

Where do you go (site or service) pretty much every time you get online?

What annoys you most about your iPod, cell phone, or laptop (or any other gadget)?

When I have no signal!

Name one thing you wish your iPod/cellphone/laptop (any gadget) could do that it doesn't do now?


What upcoming gadget can you not wait to get your hands on?

The new touch-screen iPod (iPod touch).

You're stranded on a desert island: What gadget do you bring? (Give reason why.)

My electric toothbrush.

What's the most-played song or artist on your iPod?


Blackberry, Sidekick, or Treo?


Are you getting an iPhone?


What's the longest time you've ever spent playing a video game in one sitting and what game was it?

I played Tony Hawk for 75 house.

"Do you use/have a Mac or PC? Why?"

Mac - it's more user-friendly.

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