I love seeing record companies squirm due to technology. The last advance in technology the music industry championed was the Compact Disc back in 1982. Time for the geeks to break the molds. First it was Napster, then it was the massive college networks of “free” music, next it was iTunes would fail, and now record labels are thinking about distributing unrestricted MP3s. EMI is already putting streaming music up on baidu.com in China. I love the smell of the winds of change. Just out of curiosity when was the last time you purchased a music CD in a store?
[tags]music, record label, sales, CD[/tags]