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Published on January 27, 2009 By Draginol In Gadgets & Electronics

SlotMusic cards look to replace CDs it appears as a means to purchase MP3 files in a physical form:

http://www.slotmusic.org/


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on Jan 27, 2009

I'm not interested. Why would I have my car stereo and home stereo replaced just so I can play some lower quality tracks using a completely new format?

Maybe in 10 years, but for now I'm happy buying CDs and music off iTunes.

on Jan 28, 2009

It's interesting, but I think the idea of physical purchases of music is fading away. 

on Jan 28, 2009

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I'm not interested. Why would I have my car stereo and home stereo replaced just so I can play some lower quality tracks using a completely new format?
Maybe in 10 years, but for now I'm happy buying CDs and music off iTunes.

 

What he said....

on Feb 04, 2009

It's interesting, but I think the idea of physical purchases of music is fading away.

 

And to exand upon that, I can see downloads eventually giving way to wireless/internet distribution of music with devices like Slacker.com's G2 portable radio or similar apps for phones (which are rapidly becoming mp3 players with phone capabilities).

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