Sarah Perez of TechCruch:

Amazon is today introducing a new service called Amazon AutoRip, which automatically gives customers free MP3 versions of any CDs they’ve purchased from Amazon since the launch of its Music Store back in 1998.

It’s a good idea by Amazon since they have that type of sales data going way back. But all it really reminds me is that I haven’t bought a CD in seven years and counting.

  1. protstech reblogged this from parislemon and added:
    I logged in to see what the hubbub is all about. It took me way to long to figure out where to go to access the mp3s....
  2. thatchman1 reblogged this from parislemon and added:
    I had a similar response— not a bad thing for customers, but seems headed in the wrong direction. Backward facing. When...
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  5. gallifreygal reblogged this from gallifreygal and added:
    Oh wait. Amazon just sent me an email saying that since I bought Awesome as F**k (the latest Green Day concert movie) on...
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  8. jeffnewman reblogged this from parislemon and added:
    The first step on a sane road to bridging the gap between physical and digital media. Well done, Amazon.
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  11. lifeaquatic reblogged this from ryanbrown and added:
    This means I’m going to have MP3 versions of a lot of stupid cd’s I bought in high school.
  12. ryanbrown reblogged this from parislemon and added:
    Cool story.
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    I want this for Kindle whenever I buy a paper book. I still love paper books for reading around the house, but prefer...
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