Industry Could Embrace, Not Fight, Technology

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Date: Tuesday, August 12th, 2003, 18:09
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With reports of further declines in CD sales and news of lawsuits against illegal downloading, it’s gotten so that music technology has become a kind of all-purpose, amorphous villain. If you believe the hype, the genie is now out of the bottle and on a campaign of mass destruction. … of wallet-sized engineering known as the Apple iPod and its equally elegant iTunes …

The article goes on discuss the author’s ideas that move in the same direction (“gadget dreaming”): MP3 remix software, iPod groovebox, Live satellite radio and MP3 kiosks.
I should be getting my 3G iPod any day now, so expect a lot of iPod content on these pages in the coming days.

With reports of further declines in CD sales and news of lawsuits against illegal downloading, it’s gotten so that music technology has become a kind of all-purpose, amorphous villain. If you believe the hype, the genie is now out of the bottle and on a campaign of mass destruction. … of wallet-sized engineering known as the Apple iPod and its equally elegant iTunes …

The article goes on discuss the author’s ideas that move in the same direction (“gadget dreaming”): MP3 remix software, iPod groovebox, Live satellite radio and MP3 kiosks.
I should be getting my 3G iPod any day now, so expect a lot of iPod content on these pages in the coming days.

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