A Moron In A Hurry

October 22, 2006

What Hath the iPod Wrought?

Filed under: Uncategorized — nick @ 4:58 pm

WaPo runs two articles on digital music in light of the upcoming 5th anniversary of the iPod.  One discusses the disaster of different digital formats and DRM that characterizes most digital music offerings.  The other, a look at the way music has changed since the iPod debutedQuote of the day, from Yahoo! Music director of product management, Ian Rogers:

I feel for anybody spending $10,000 to fill up an iPod today… It’s like spending $10,000 on eight-track tapes in 1978: You’re going to be super-bummed come 1990.



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