This is getting dangerous. I was up late last night on an iTunes binge, and by the end of my streak I was down $30. It's too easy to click, click, click your way through tracks that you haven't listened to since high school.
This reminds me of the heady days when Napster thrived. It was the first site I visited when I logged on in the morning, a song list scribbled out the night before in my hand. I hoarded hundreds of songs. Thankfully, the RIAA and CNET's IT watchdogs cut me off.
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