iTunes iSbogus

iTunes iSbogus is a critique of the Apple iTunes Music Store and a parody of an Apple website all rolled into one. Apple used to claim the store is "fair to artists", but removed that claim from their website; possibly because of this site.

Nice site. Good arguments, good proposed solution (display the artist's cut with the price).

Via The Register's interview with Jim Griffin: "It costs $20,000 to fill an iPod from iTunes Music Store. Quite simply, no one looks at a 40 GB iPod and thinks, 'it will cost me $20,000 to fill it'. It's a polite fiction."