There's been a lot of talk lately about this little old thing called "online music." Last week, a court ruling ordered the file-sharing system Napster to close its electronic doors for good (a ruling that was subsequently stayed until Napster's pending appeal can be heard). In the wake of that decision, a barrage of similar but less exciting "legal" sites (read: ones that charge money for downloads and thus don't ruffle the feathers of the legal eagles at the Recording Industry Association of America) have been popping up to show that they are ready to fill the very large void that a Napster shutdown would create. This is... More >>>