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Here’s an interesting new service! Imagine that you are driving along, listening to the radio (you guys do remember that classic antique, the car radio, right?) And a song comes on that you really like. Or that really annoys your spouse. Or something. For whatever reason, you decide that you’d like to own a copy of that song.
Well now you can pick up your cell phone (but please wait until you’re at a red light) and call Music On Command, and the song will automatically be sent to you at either the email address of your choice, or to your cell phone (you do have an MP3-playing cell phone, right?)
According to Music On Command’s press release, developer Jack Baxter’s vision was that “when you hear it and you like it and want it, you should be able to download it.”
Music On Command, which has already partnered with Yahoo Music, MSN Music, and Buy.com (what, not the iTunes store??) is available for testing at MusicOnCommand.com/.
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