Steve Jobs, Michael Robertson, and Public Letters Re: Mp3s

Hooray.  Industry leaders throw their weight around:

Steve Jobs' Thoughts on Music - (Apple head) Steve states his case for why the music industry should stop selling DRM-protected songs (ie Digital Rights Management-protected). Is he just deflecting the criticism and complaints targeted towards Apple's proprietary media formats towards the more general bad guy, DRM systems?

Michael Robertson's Response To Steve Jobs' Call For MP3 - (Founder of Mp3.com) Michael says, "Cool", but asks Steve to put his money where his mouth is.  A nice maneuver to take advanatage of some buzz.

Good fodder for the press.  Maybe I'll throw my own open letter to the music world...

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