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Didn't I just say that?

"As long as the iPod is dominant, they're going to have to reconcile themselves with dealing with what the consumer wants: something that will play on the iPod. The smartest thing they can do is sell music without DRM. It's not as though DRM is stopping pirating in other ways, anyway."

- Phil Leigh, Inside Digital Media analyst, Sept. 24, 2007.

"If you want to compete with the iTunes store for online music sales, you're going to have to take the iPod into account, and that means selling MP'3's, which prevents any and all Digital Rights Management on the music you sell."

- Me, August 23, 2007.

“Didn't I just say that?”