Tuesday, April 29, 2003

Not Music to My Ears

Apple's new music store got the idea right, but the pricing wrong. 99 cents a song is about 10 times too high. Downloading an album would cost MORE than buying the album on CD. How is that a deal? Apple got suckerpunched by the greedy bastards who run the music industry. Since there is no cost now to physically produce the CDs and jackets, plus distribute them to record stores, what exactly costs 99 cents a song?

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