Do you like music publishers telling you what equipment you can use to play the music you paid for? It’s like telling you that you need to buy a $500 iPod in order to play content from iTunes. Oops! Well, let’s skip the examples.
None other than PC Magazine’s VP in charge of Ziff-Davis and editorial head of the Media and Development Group there has published a couple of articles on just how to bust out of the entertainment straitjacket imposed by the RIAA and others.
He makes some excellent points and then goes into detail (with links) on just how to do an end-run around whatever DRM solution has your music held hostage.