Friday, February 04, 2005


According to this post on Om Malik on Broadband, Michael Robertson, founder of is starting a new service called MP3Tunes.  Although there's not much up on the site yet, Malik says that Robertson's site will be selling DRM-free MP3 music for $0.88 a track and is working on a service that will allow you to stream music from your computer to home stereo system.

Hopefully Robertson is trying to ressurect something similar to the service where you used to be able to pop in your CDs and access your virtual library from anywhere with an internet connection.  Although that service was found to be in violation of copyright laws, the service was very cool and was totally hardware independent.

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