It turns out you can sell sugar water and change the world at the same time. =-)
Today Apple released iTunes 4.1 along with a second-generation Music Store, various iPod accessories, and announcements of promotional relationships with AOL and Pepsi. Vastly more important however, Apple made a version of iTunes for Windows available to download. Now Apple will battle major digital music distributors head-to-head. In addition, Windows users will finally get a taste of Apple’s slick interfaces and rich feature sets. It hardly seems fair to reward non-switchers with such excellent (and free) software. =-)
Have any Windows users tried iTunes yet? What do you think so far? Will I be able to resist buying a reasonably priced refurb iPod? Stay tuned.