You thought getting a song for 99 cents on itunes was a bargain? Well, did you know you can get that same song for 11 cents at AllofMP3.com?
The short explanation is this is an actual music distribution company in Russia who distribute music and charge by the file size, not per song. They say they are within the rules and regulations of their agreements, others say it is wrong and unlawful.
So what do you think?
For more info here’s a VERY pro explanation.
Here is an FAQ site.
Here is an article fairly con about it.
We were walking through the mall Saturday when we were waiting for our car to get fixed and I saw a sign at the GAP.
Now I’m not a fan of the GAP, to many rumors of sweatshops, but I’ll stick it to the man when I can.
They are offering a free iTunes song just for trying on a pair of jeans. I literally grabbed a pair walked into a dressing room, tried to put my leg in (they were way to small) and then I walked out and they gave me a card for a free iTune.
I don’t like spreading my secrets, but since many of the folks who read this live in different cities I’ll let you in on it.
My friend used to look through the recycling bins for Pepsi caps when they where giving away iTunes. I think trying on a pair of jeans is a better option.