Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Apple iTunes FINALLY in New Zealand

We were beginning to feel like the kid no one would play with—isolated and alone while all the other kids whooped and laughed and ran amok.

Not any more: Today Apple Computer finally launched its iTunes downloading service in
New Zealand, the 22nd country to get it. Slow negotiations for local rights is said to have held up the launch—for a very long time.

Whatever. Now we get to play, too.


Kalv1n said...

oh no! Avoid the podcasts as I've become addicted to them myself.

Arthur Schenck said...

Too late!

Jason in DC said...

Welcome to the 21st Century! See my blog for a comment :-)

Arthur Schenck said...

Thanks for the link!

Funny, isn't it? We were the first country in the world to enter the 21st Century (time wise), but twenty-bloody-second to get iTunes Music Store (TM). Clearly, something's amiss...