So Apple has launched their online music service with a lot of hype and many positive reviews. Unfortunately, it uses a digital rights management scheme (Apparently, not a very effective one, though). I like what The Register had to say about it:
So DRM has happened, and no one seems to mind very much. Effigies of Hilary Rosen (Al Gore's friend) are not being burned in the streets, an angry mob is not besieging Apple HQ in Cupertino and the world looks very much like it did on Sunday. Only we now have an extra way to obtain a small selection of music we have already heard.