Those moptop Luddites, The Beatles, are finally going to sell their music online.
This according to testimony in the ongoing trial against Apple Computer by Neil Aspinall, managing director of Apple Corps. No word as to when this will happen (presumably while the two surviving Beatles still walk the earth).
Back when iTunes launched, a top music executive confided to me this whole online music thing would never take off until the Beatles’ catalogue was made available on the service.
Which will you download first: “Help!” or “Money”?
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