Answer from Blasco
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Connect it to your computer, load iTunes, select songs in iPod library, and press "del" on your keyboard.

Adding and Deleting Songs and playlists from your iPod

There are two ways that iTunes can be used to delete songs or playlists from your iPod; automatically and manually. The method you use depends on the preferences you chose in iTunes.
Automatically adding and removing songs and playlists

When iPod is set to automatically sync all music with iTunes (default setting), songs and playlists that are added or deleted from your iTunes Library will also be added or deleted from your iPod when the iPod is connected and synced with iTunes. If your iPod is set to only sync certain playlists automatically, songs are added or removed from the iPod when they are added or removed from the playlists in iTunes that are synced to iPod. For more information about automatic syncing with iPod, see the iPod Tutorials
Manually adding and removing songs of playlist

If you prefer to manage the songs and playlists on your iPod separately from the way you manage them in iTunes, start by setting iTunes to Manually manage the content on your iPod.

Next, Click the gray triangle icon next to your iPod in the iTunes Source pane. This will allow you to see the contents of your iPod. You can add playlists and songs store in iTunes to your iPod simply dragging them to the iPod in the Source panel.

You can remove items from the iPod by highlighting them as they appear on the iPod and choose Delete from the Edit menu.
Sources: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=60940


Answer from msassman
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It's all about iTunes

In iTunes, you can specify which songs and playlists go on your iPod.  Simply select the option to only update certain playlists, and you will be able to control the content that transfers to your iPod.
Sources: www.apple.com/support



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