If you manage to sit through 45 tedious seconds about Donald and Jasmine's collective weakened immune systems, you'll be rewarded with plentiful Zune HD 2 speculation, a tidy little rant on music caching for the iPhone and iPod Touch, and a lament about the name of music service MOG. Also this week, the MP3 Insiders express nostalgic delight over SubPop coming to eMusic, and Jasmine shamelessly plugs her new Tech Dos & Don'ts column.
Seattle band Presidents of the United States of America is selling streaming versions of some of its songs as a $3 iPhone application. Good business model for indies?
Vinyl is hotter than ever. But as labels race to capitalize on the trend, they're making some odd packaging choices--like releasing full-length LPs at 45 rpm.