It's all about the equipment
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GuruReuben wrote:I downloaded and used it for a little while but then purged it when I discovered how sloppy the software system resource wise. I like complete control over how I use a piece of software, and iTunes was not providing that freedom.
I installed it, and was annoyed that it was really just a database disguised as a media player.... and not all that great at that.
I hate when software tries to take over.
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I couldn't find anything on their site that mentioned specific terms of personal/public use. Does anyone know if, from a legal standpoint, I could DJ stuff that I download from the iTunes store? I remember that, with eMusic, we couldn't.
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