Figures. I thought Napster’s great new “to go” idea was too cool to be true. Turns out it is.
There are only NINE players on the market that are compatible with the Napster to Go interface. Sure, you can go download music onto your PC until you’re blue in the face. However, unless you own one of the nine Napster-Sanctioned “partnership” players, you need to purchase your music before you can transfer it to a portable device. And of course, my perfect player is NOT one of the sacred nine (of course, mine is all of the kickass ever, and I love it, and nearly slept with it last night…).
Why, WHY do great ideas happen, and before they can be proven as great, someone comes in thinking about the short-term dollar, and FUCKS IT ALL UP.
LISTEN UP CHRIS GOROG! I WAS READY TO PAY YOUR $15/MONTH FEE, BUT BECAUSE YOU AND YOUR CRONIES INSISTED ON JACKING WITH THINGS, I’M GOING TO CONTINUE DOWNLOADING MUSIC ILLEGALLY.
*sigh* What are the odds that anyone with any influence is actually reading this?