Face it, she will be downloading music. That is possible, but as of now she buys all of her music from Napster and has done so for years. She agrees with me that downloading is stealing and as a CISSP we've been through what damage can be caused from illegal files. Now that you mention it, what would she do with all of her music from Napster? Will it even transfer to a Mac or will iTunes require repurchasing everything? Ugh!
posted on 11/04/2009 8:38:54 AM PST
(No, I don't trust the government to automatically do the right thing.)
Napster purchases are DRM-free mp3 tracks, so iTunes or any other Mac media player will play them. Just drop the files onto iTunes, and it will make copies within its own database. Depending on the naming convention of the files and how well the artist information is put into the header by Napster, iTunes will also categorize them all properly.
Now that you mention it, what would she do with all of her music from Napster? Will it even transfer to a Mac or will iTunes require repurchasing everything? Ugh!
Her music will transfer and play fine.
posted on 11/04/2009 1:27:17 PM PST
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