Allan Klepfisz, CEO of Qtrax, telegraphs the company's death spiral. Lesson: Do not trust graying, comfortable men when they tell you they've seen the future.
I discovered a way around iTunes Music Store's 60s second samples— youtube. Yep, when you have the audial craving for a song— the whole song, you can just search it on youtube. While you may not find everything, it's amazing the videos you can unearth. It's like MTV circa Thriller. For e ... More >>
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