Re: [podcasters] Zune podcast directories
- Thanks for the info guys. I just twittered the info to Sean.
BTW, is the Zune EVER going to be Mac native compatible? I can and do use
PCs but am not going to chuck my sizable investment in Macintosh at home,
plus I like it better. Unless I wipe the hard drive, my home Dell is
virtually useless, after my kids got into it and started playing
poorly-written games on it.
On 8/2/07, Nobilis <authornobilis@...> wrote:
> On 8/2/07, Will Brown <cloudydayart@... <cloudydayart%40gmail.com>>
> > > On 8/2/07, Nobilis <authornobilis@...<authornobilis%40gmail.com>>
> > >
> > > Is the Zune still adding DRM to DRM-free files that are saved onto it?
> > A slight misrepresentation of the facts. (Zune owner here)
> > That DRM is applied when files are shared between Zunes wirelessly.
> > I'm don't fully understand the logic, but the purpose is when you want
> > to share a great song that you like with a friend, you send it to them
> > and they get to listen to it three times before the file deletes
> > itself. I assume this allows the user a chance to see if they like it
> > enough to purchase it for themselves. The DRM slapped on the file
> > protects Microsoft from the RIAA.
> Okay... so it slaps on the DRM on the way out rather than the way in.
> No functional difference.
> I'll keep my TSonic 610.
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