There was a silly review of iTunes ove on Salon.com a few days ago--basically the argument went that iTunes is going to destroy musical innovation because people will buy only the most popular songs and musicians won't be motivated to be creative. (Doesn't that sound just plain dumb?) Anyway, you should see the storm of letters that the article provoked!<br><br><br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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I'm always still amazed that Salon is still in business.<br><br>weren't they supposed to go belly up months ago<br><br>(kinda reminds me of the company I work for, I thought they would go belly up 18 months ago)<br><br>
I haven't read the article so I might be duping some of its content, but personally, I'm just the opposite.<br><br>That is, I'm disappointed at the lack of complete albums. I don't want 6 of the 11 songs from some album!! I still don't quite understand what that is all about.<br><br>It might be the catchy released singles that bring you to an album/musician but its the other songs on the album, the ones that grow on you over time, that keep you listening.<br><br>
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