Tuesday, May 23, 2006

eMusic and DRM (or the Lack Thereof)

ArsTechnica has an interesting article on eMusic. This is a company that sells DRM-less MP3 music files based on a monthly subscription. They cater to a slightly different crowd than iTunes and apparently don't directly compete with Apple's service. For $10 per month you can download up to 40 songs, mostly from independent labels rather than the majors (that is, you won't find 50 cent or U2 there) . It sounds like something that might be worth checking out.


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