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April 23, 2004
1,000 Songs is Enough
C|Net News reported yesterday on a new study released by Jupiter Research finding that, "One thousand songs is just about the right size for a portable media player" (Jupiter: 1,000-song pocket about the right size). You see:
"Vendors such as Creative, Archos, Dell and Apple have all created hard drive music players that can hold up to and beyond 5,000 songs," the report states. "Hard drive players with such large capacity for content go above and beyond not only the music that most consumers want on their portable music player, but also beyond the digital music that they own."
In other news, Jupiter will apparently come out with reports concluding that, for computers, "640K of memory should be enough for anybody" and that, for transportation, "the human body was never meant to exceed travel at more than 30 miles an hour."
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