I just shopped a record in the new Swiss iTunes store. Even stranger: it’s a record by Bjk (Amazon, iTunes).
Up until now I always avoided her, but like Marilyn Manson, she always used to fascinate me … which reminds me to check on the antichrists records as well. Maybe I even find some songs besides covers that I like …
Btw. I also just noticed they added a feature to iTunes I think should have been there from the start: if you added record artwork, you can now choose to see the artwork of the currently played song.
Now let’s hear what the Islandic lady has to say …
Since I got infected by a mobil phone (meaning I carry one around almost everywhere I go), I stopped wearing a watch. As a student that was not only fine, and as I noticed also very common among my friends. Hardly anyone wears a watch anymore.
As part of the working society I’m starting to feel a currently still very subtle, but noticeable urge to have a watch. Mostly because I tend to miss my train …
Though living in the country of watches, I’m interested in an American product. Which one?
Watch Bar or Dancing Flowers?
Finally the virtual doors to the Swiss iTunes store opened!!!
Even though I somewhat waited for the opportunity to easily and legally buy music without the need to buy the whole cd … most of all because I actually don’t ever listen to music from cd’s anymore and don’t see the sense in possessing another cd, booklet, and plastic hull to attract dust and use space.
Then again I totally agree with Chregu. I most likely won’t buy tons of music in the store. I’m regularly browsing through it to find music you may won’t get in touch with otherwise (alright: these days I hardly get in touch with any music except what I already have on my iPod and the mostly mainstream on VH1 radio).
But it’s nice to have the opportunity …