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  • Getting started with podcasts in iTunes

    Getting started with podcasts in iTunes

    Podcasts are free, instantly available, ready to take on the go, and offer some of the best entertainment and journalism in the world. If you're new to the idea of podcasts, or never quite got the hang of them, there's never been a better time to get started.

  • iTunes playlists: Getting started

    iTunes playlists: Getting started

    This tutorial covers Apple's ubiquitous iTunes jukebox software fundamentals, focusing on practical instruction for some basic and intermediate aspects of iTunes' standard playlist feature. 1

  • Top video blogs for live music

    Top video blogs for live music

    If you don't have the time or the money to see many bands perform live, there are some excellent video blogs whose live concert footage will allow you to catch up on all the great shows you're missing. 2

  • How to merge iTunes libraries between users

    How to merge iTunes libraries between users

    Here's how multiple users on a shared Windows computer can merge their iTunes libraries. 3

  • Listening in on Pandora

    Internet radio service gathers listeners as founder tours the US meeting music lovers. 1

  • Apple iLife '06

    Apple iLife '06

    Apple iLife '06, the media-wrangling suite from Apple, includes a new app -- iWeb -- and solid improvements to existing apps, including podcasting and photocasting. It's well worth the AU$199 licensing fee.

  • Photos: A faux-rap battle rages

    As Hollywood adapts to online realities, video-sharing sites could soon face a day of reckoning.

  • Photos: Sneak peek at Windows Media Player 11 for Vista

    At CES 2006, we saw a demo of Windows Media Player 11, which boasts a cleaner and more logical design as well as snappier performance. Check out screenshots from the latest build of WMP 11 for Vista. 3

  • Photos: Classic rock online

    Entrepreneur is putting thousands of hours of unheard Hendrix, Dead and other Bill Graham-promoted shows online.

  • Photos: High-tech DJ works the hard drive

    Lorin Ashton, who also goes by the name of his musical project, Bassnectar, at work in his studio. 10

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