Monday, March 15, 2004

APPLE HALF UNEATEN: While iTunes selling 50 million songs in a year is bloody impressive, they're probably kicking themselves that Steve Jobs gave the "one hundred million by 28th April" hostage to fortune which will manage to make a successful service look like it's somehow failed to do something.

We're a little worried about the prominence given to the logo and webaddress on the above BBC report, too - we know that there's a good reason for illustrating the story with something other than a standard picture of a CD or a computer, but the fact its always MCM that appears illustrating legal download stories - even in this case, where the logo is on the page twice for a story about iTunes - starts to look a little ill-advised. Isn't the phrase undue prominence?

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