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March 16, 2004

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sean@cheesebikini.com

Why is it that large corporations that start new types of music-sales schemes always tend to fire things off with absurdly expensive price tags? It seems to me that if Starbuck's charged, say, US$2.00 for the first 10 songs, then US$.20 for each additional song, they might actually get people to start using this scheme and they'd still make big profits. Their own greed dooms the project.

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