[citation][nom]dan117[/nom]torrent > limewirealso, when you posted a link to youtube i thought you were talking about unlimited music on youtube[/citation]
[citation][nom]toastninja17[/nom]Not a bad idea...but I already have access to unlimited music! http/www.youtube.com/watch?v=Th6PW5VwDFI[/citation]
I'm going to laugh when you both get sued for everything you own. I'm no better... I used to have uTorrent for a while... but those days are long gone. I know you think 'they won't sue me for this', but just look at the producers suing people for downloading movies (Sorry... I forget who and what it was). It's your choice, but it only takes one random person for you to lose $10,000. Especially if TPB keeps getting attacked, they may end up turning over the downloaders' IP Addresses if things get bad enough, which is always an option for them if things get bad enough and they need to lose some of their fines. And you'd better have one helluvan anti-virus suite, too...
Sounds like a great idea if it where done a while back it might of had more impact, but as things stand most people i know only use i-tunes for music transfer, and dont even glance at there marketplace becaus not one of them wants to mess with AAC.
guess i'm one of the last people out there who likes... dare i say it... actually buying CD's, looking at the coverart, reading the cd book and such, sure i burn it my computer to listen to it without the cd, but i still store the cd in my library of actual physical media ... i know its like i'm living in the stone age.. paying for music and enjoying owning a physical album >_<