“MP3 and Napster started the digital music revolution. Now, as it has done so often with other technologies, Apple has reinvented the music player in a most elegant, attractive, and useful form. The new holy trinity of digital music is the iPod, iTunes, and the iTunes Music Store. Taken together, they let me buy my favorite albums, copy them to my computer, and carry them wherever I go. I can share my music with any computer in my house and with friends anywhere on the Internet. Should I feel nostalgic, I can even burn them to a CD… the iPod, iTunes, and Apple’s iTunes Music Store work together to create musical nirvana,” writes Leo Laporte over on TechTV.com.
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