Napster Phone's Uphill Battle Edit
’’Email, Napster phone, Slow WinXP adoption, Phone call’’
- Wes Purdue writes, comparing Yahoo Music Unlimited to iTunes. He likes some features of Yahoo Music Unlimited, but favors iTunes’ UI. Molly has had consistent trouble with iTunes. The email concludes with suggestions on frequency and podcast length. Tom and Molly think they’ve hit the sweet spot.
- Sony Ericsson and Napster announce a phone that utilizes Napster. Molly recalls a similar product by Apple and Motorola, which was soundly rejected by carriers.
- Four years following the release of Windows XP, half of businesses still use Windows 2000. The hosts comment that it’s hard for companies to switch, that functionality supersedes what’s new, and that people really love Windows 2000.
From the PhonesEdit
- Umberto suggests a daily podcast for his commute. Molly and Tom solicit more comments.
“Tom and I, we like to think we know stuff” - Molly