Guess who's back?
I missed the digital music revolution the first time around. I had a Mac G3 at the time, and some weird DSL issues. Napster created Mac software just as I completely lost interest in the whole thing. I've always wanted there to be a service that charged a dollar a song. I have no problems with paying that. I have credit cards and paypal, and I don't like to do illegal things, unless I really believe in them on principle. So I waited. There have been subscription-based music download services all along, but none had very good selections. I hope that the new Napster matches its predecessor in breadth and depth. I also have to check out iTunes.