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Several of those 13 albums in my cart are not available at all on CD. I still buy almost all my music on CDs, except when the CD is not available - a lot of CDs are out of print and only available used for $40+, or impossible to find at all. And sometimes I have to have that one song from an album that otherwise I don't like. I check MusicIsHere (for indies) and HDTracks first - they have lossless downloads, but of course not huge selections.
I have songs from 13 albums waiting in my shopping cart for iTunes Plus versions. Those songs are now grayed out, and "unavailable." There are a few others that changed to iTunes Plus in the last week or two. Hopefully it's because they just didn't meet the deadline, and will get offered later (soon), but it's possible they could be gone for good. I don't know if it's up to the record companies or Apple to convert them, but it's sad to see iTunes losing music (while...
I don't think Apple sells any product(red) products anymore, do they?
And California is one of those states? No.
It was in Los Angeles, genius.
It looks more annoying than useful to me.
Another Microsoft tax - the cost of therapy that kid will have to go through because of his frustration with not being able to release his creativity.
But I need a piece of garage, and Apple makes the best. Funny you should quote the iLounge story, when it's TOTALLY BOGUS. Doesn't do much for your credibility, either.
That's the main reasons I'm not buying a new iMac right now, which I really want. Even the newer iMacs (the 2008s) have screen issues for some people - uneven light coverage). Until I'm convinced the screens are decent, I'm not buying.
No, she's not like you, loser. If those facts are true, Apple is lucky she's only suing for $75,000. If it happened to you, you'd be whining forever, and asking for a million or more. Moron.
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