iTunes usage methods, how people listen to  OCT 01 2003

iTunes usage methods, how people listen to music on their Macs.

There are 8 reader comments

Russ Harlan13 01 2003 4:13PM

A very interesting link. Thanks for posting it. (The guy has some cool cURL stuff on his site as well.)

Schmelding36 01 2003 8:36PM

I usually use mine by pressing, "Play."

Brian32 01 200310:32PM

when the heck are we getting iTunes for PC? I hate having all my MP3s on my pc, but my iBook has the only good piece of music management software i own.

Schmelding45 01 200311:45PM

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha <breath type="deep" /> ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Oh...iTunes for the PC...ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.

*Whew* That was funny. *Whew*

Scottish52 02 2003 8:52AM

Smug today, aren't we Schmelding? Apple has (more-or-less officially) announced iTunes for Windows. It's scheduled to be released by the end of the year. You didn't think they were going to limit sales at the iTunes music store to 5% of the computing world, did you?

Dave45 02 2003 1:45PM

Word on the street has the Windows release in the October/November timeframe; a month ahead of the originally announced Christmas release.

Schmelding16 02 2003 4:16PM

Oh. Well, then that’s cool. :D

Brian50 07 200312:50PM

I use dynamic playlists quite a bit, by artist and genre mostly. But usually, I just throw it on random and let it rip. Recently I've started to use streaming radio, which in all the years I've had iTunes, I never touched that feature. It's a good change when you get sick of your mp3's...because good boys don't share their music :D

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