In a move that demonstrates questionable sanity on the part of Apple and EMI, the companies released joint statements on the day after April Fools Day. Indeed, several folks I’ve spoken to since then have admitted thinking the announcement about the entire EMI music catalog going DRM-less in iTunes was nothing but phony. However, it’s […]
In this video, I share some of my thoughts on faith provoked by this post and this week of Easter. I don’t generally share my faith in this venue. I find it to be a private and personal issue. However, I felt compelled to share some of my thoughts and a song on this video.
In the ongoing flurry of DRM-related posts, it would appear that EMI is prepping to release a significant portion of it’s library as DRM-free music.
A lot was made over Steve Jobs message to the RIAA Tuesday. The message, which gained widespread publicity in no small part due to the blogosphere, essentially said, “Hey we’re Apple. We built iTunes on FairPlay (Apple’s DRM scheme) because the music industry wanted it so, but we’d really like the music industry to reconsider […]
Thanks to Dan Wilt for turning me onto Andy McKee. I immediately went and purchase Andy’s music on iTunes.