Apple Files For The “iTunes Live” Trademark

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CentiZen

the only thing that would get me in an Apple store would be dream theater. anything else wouldn't be worth hanging around Apple fanboys. I might catch stupid from them.

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Caboose

Oh hell no!

 I'm waiting patiently for the Amazon online music store to open in Canada...

 

-= I don't want to be dead, I want to be alive! Or... a cowboy! =-

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Fefe

Hmm, probably not, I would rather buy the actual cd if it was a favorite band. I only use iTunes to add/remove songs from my ipod, and listen to samples of songs. 

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Mighty BOB!

To answer your question, in a word, no.

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Neufeldt2002

I installed itunes once, it tried to take over my computer even after I told it not to. I then tried to uninstall itunes, that was a mistake. After a reformat and reinstall I will NEVER install anything apple again.

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Vegan

"it tried to take over my computer even after I told it not to."

 

I'm trying to figure out what that even means.

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Neufeldt2002

What that means is that it tried to take over file associations from other programmes ie photo, music, video etc. I have my own prefered applications that I use, I only needed itunes for one thing, to convert a file for someone. A programme that does not listen to what I want I consider a virus as it is changing things and breaking things without my permission escpecially when it has the file associations listed when setting up. Forgot to mention the hooks it also puts into your internet connection, very wrong in my book.

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