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Sunday, August 17, 2003

The Shape Of Napster To Come

The New York Times ("It's Back. But Can the New Napster Survive?"):

At most, Napster's new agreements will produce a service similar to Rather than accept the tightest set of restrictions that music labels had to offer, chose to sell tracks for a range of prices, with varying degrees of access.

A result is that some songs move with iTunes-like ease, while others have as little mobility as Rapunzel.

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