In a move that has been threatening to happen since MP3 and broadband became popular terms, Apple recently
launched its iTunes Music Store.
The concept is simple, you browse and preview the store's 200,000+ tracks, then download each track for only 0.99USD.
Of course, there is a hitch - you have to be running Mac OS X.
Not a problem if you're Seal - he's long a been an advocate of all things eminating from the people at No.1 Infinity Loop.
Back in December 2001 FLP ran a story covering Seal's delight at the new Apple hardware.
iTunes Music Store brings a plethora of software to the party. Now he's been doing the rounds at the iTunes Launch, and
has been getting some pretty good press out of it himself.