rossi at webslingerZ.com
Sat Jan 8 13:21:19 EST 2005
mp3s will play on your ipod. all other questions should be answered by
doing their free trial. i'm considering doing it as well.
Never call me Phil wrote:
> Hi Chris-
> Wow, I didn't even know about emusic. ..and I still don't know enough.
> After going to the web site i get the idea that their mp3 format isn't
> copy protected? How can this be?? Sorry I don't have the lingo down but
> I'm into my little iPod, but it seems emusic may play on an iPod?
> The problem with iTunes are few but some are important...like they
> never have what I'm looking for anymore...or little of it. I'm looking
> for classical, modern, new, phil oats, alternative rock, and the
> Dixiehummingbirds, 5 blindboys, gospel etc.. stock piles of good stuff.
> Am I likely to be happy with emusic?
> Chris Rossi wrote:
>>so remember how a while back some of you were using emusic but then
>>changed it around and all you stopped using emusic? did any of y'all
>>find anything else to replace it? or did you actually just stick
>>emusic and pay more for less music?
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