Thursday, December 27, 2007

More Upbeat

Gawd, how dismal that last post sounded. It was a wonderful holiday, we're all very, very tired is all.

Here are the socks and stitch markers from Andrea:





I do have a request, PLEASE, anyone-good sites for downloading music. A Google search has come up with tons....I am so lost......help me.......it's so confusing, I feel so old........

8 comments:

Jessica said...

Amazon. Inexpensive & DRM-free!

noricum said...

Ooo... I sent you a little blue question mark? (Just kidding... the image doesn't seem to be working.)

Have you thought about using iTunes? Each song is $1, or an album for $10. Why don't you start off with podcasts (free), and music that you already have on CDs?

Stacy said...

I've recently discovered Amazon.com has music downloads. That's where we'll be getting ours. :)

April said...

Are you opposed to downloading the iTunes program on your computer? I ask because it really seems like a good program for someone who won't buy a lot of songs. And I say that because you can purchase songs for $.99 each or albums for under $10. There's no monthly cost, etc. I assume, but I don't know for sure, that the software would work just fine with any MP3 player. I was under the impression that Napster had a pay as you go option too but I must be wrong. Good luck and I hope you both feel better.

Cindy said...

I used iTunes for podcasts. Very simple to use and find the podcasts you want. I then use my Palm software to put them on my TX.

I like to use Amazon for music. Also, very easy to use. You can buy one song or a whole album.

Ladyrunner said...

I use Wal-Mart, but I didn't know that Amazon has downloads. When my Wal-Mart gift card runs out, I might give Amazon a go.

Anonymous said...

I use limewire for downloading all my songs, it is a free program to download and the downloads are free as well. Good luck

Sam

Bron said...

I use iTunes because I have an iPod. Otherwise, I used to use Rhapsody. I don't like the fact that iTunes is proprietary (I hate not having a choice!) but I do like just paying per song without a subscription fee. We still use Rhapsody too - for songs that iTunes doesn't have..I buy 'em, burn 'em & then upload them to iTunes & thus to my player. I don't have tons of songs on my iPod (around 300) but I find more every week so you might be surprised at how much you end up using the service.

We tried Napster and didn't like it at all. Someone gave us gift certificates for it & we never could get the $$ or songs back out. I think it's a really, really bad interface & not worth messing with.

My 2 cents!

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