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May 1, 2003


David Pogue discusses Apple's new

David Pogue discusses Apple's new music store in Circuits today. He sees it as a revolution. The piece also functions as a love letter to Steve Jobs. There are more journalists' reactions to the service on Apple's site, and here's a great, insightful article from Fortune about the whole enterprise.

There's also this interview with Jobs about the service in Time. In case you've always heard about how mesmerizing Jobs is when he talks, but you've never really heard him, you should read this interview. Somebody needs to do a linguistic analysis of the way he speaks and see if they can figure out how he hypnotizes people into thinking Apple is the greatest thing since Genesis.

Here's our coverage of the music store, which needs a new name.

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