Thursday, April 28, 2005

Dutch plans for iPod tax could kill MP3 industry | The Register

This is a horrible thing. But what if it could be used for good?

What if the cost of music players did jump to 700 dollars and the "music industry" would sell these to you and you could load them with as much music you want from whatever they have license to?

Howabout putting the cost of the music in the device that plays it, not the files (media) themselves?

Dutch plans for iPod tax could kill MP3 industry | The Register: "Or the Dutch could just become a nation without iPods. I wonder how happy that would make them?"

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