David Caulton has an excellent analysis of iTunes music sold. It is much more revealing than the piece that caused all the stir back in November. I guess I would only add that I don’t think iPod/iTunes would work as well as it does today if DRM was involved on every song. My bet is that the software would have serious problems that don’t really show up because the DRM volume is so low right now. DRM remains a serious obstacle to music consumption.
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