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The On Ramp

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 Issue # 4 December 2003 
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  • Buying Music On the Internet
    by Matt Stephens
    December 2003
    We all know about the lawsuits surrounding Napster a couple of years ago, and most of us have downloaded music or programs, or know someone who has and have asked the question: "Is there a way to do this without breaking the law?" Well, the answer is 'Yes.' There are a few sites you can go to where you pay for the song, CD, or program you are looking to acquire. Websites such as Apple's I Music or The New Napster are great sites that you can find the song, or program that you are looking for, pay for it, and download it. Most songs will cost you around $1.00 so you can create a full CD with only the songs you like for $20.00 Sites such as "BMG" and "Columbia House" give you the opportunity to order full artist CD's for a lower cost than some music stores will charge you. So, if you decide to download music, remember that if you haven't paid for it, it isn't yours.
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