If you like to play the guitar, you know how annoying it can be when your instrument goes out of tune. Although commercial tuners are available, they come at a price. For those of you who don�t have one, 8notes.com offers a free online guitar tuner that plays standard tuning for six-string guitars. You select the string you want to tune, and the tone repeats until you select another string. It�s easy and effective. The site also features a guitar chord chart and a wealth of lessons. [Mathew Brady]
Apple and PayPal announced that the iTunes Music Store (US only) will allow purchases through PayPal. While we’re sure that adding another payment option isn’t enough to make most people excited, perhaps an added bonus will wake you from hibernation. If you are one of the first 500,000 customers to sign up for iTunes using PayPal before March 31, 2005, you will receive five free song credits. Sign up now and you’ll be just in time to get the five favorite holiday songs that you’ve never been able to bring yourself to pay for. Sadly, if you celebrate Festivus you’ll have to wait for another year – an iTunes search for the holiday turns up nothing.
Whoever spread the rumor that songs purchased from the new MSN music store won’t work on Smartphones and Pocket PCs
Long before MP3.com was completely overrun with advertising, Michael Robertson had a brilliant idea. Let people prove they have a
http://windowsmedia.com/9series/Personalization/CoolDevices.asp Microsoft just compiled a list of devices they’ve tested with Liquid, PressPlay, MusicNow, and BuyMusic. So far the list