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Monday, August 8, 2005


Radio Just Got A Lot More Portable

The entertainment technology learning curve is again steepening, with the advent of podcasting, the latest innovation in the ever-changing landscape of do-it-yourself media.

Apple Buys NZ Domain As Download Wars Begins

Apple has mvoed a step closer to launching its long-awaited iTunes online music store in New Zealand, taking over the domain name from a Dunedin businessman who first registered the web address.

Apple Sells 1 Million Songs IN Four Days In Japan

It only took Apple four days to dominate the lucrative Japanese music market as the company announced on Sunday that it had already sold more than 1 million songs on the iTunes Music Store Japan.


iPod A Hit Because It Is Bron Out Of A Big Idea

The game is not just about creating the next big digital thing, because that can be easily replicated, but creating the next big value or idea.


Put Me On Hold, Please

John Sinkevics, of The Grand Rapids Press, has, apparently, too much free time. So he is doing us all a favor by finding out which company has some of the better on-hold music. And Apple made the list. :-)

"Call the Apple Store at Woodland Mall, not surprisingly, and you'll hear catchy modern rock songs that can be downloaded via iTunes."

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