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Okay, it’s actually called Yahoo! Music Engine (or YME for short), but a lot of us at the office prefer to call it yTunes.

I’ve been using Yahoo! Launch (which is now Yahoo! Music) for a while now, mainly at my desk at work but also at home sometimes. It really makes me wonder why I still have 550 CDs sitting around at home.

Link: Yahoo! Music Engine

And now, I can pay $5/month for basically unlimited music and buy tracks for $0.79. It’s high time I dumped all those discs on a a used CD store.
See Also

  • It’s the Yahoo! Music Engine (Jeff Boulter)
  • Yahoo! Music Engine (LifeHacker)
  • Why You Should (or Should Not) Use the Yahoo! Music Engine (Ian Rogers)
  • Yahoo!’s Upcoming Music Service (The Digital Music Weblog)
  • I wonder if last week’s rumors about Music Search threw everyone off the scent? :-)

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    Jeremy Zawodny is the author of the popular Jeremy Zawodny’s blog. Jeremy is part of the Yahoo search team and frequently posts in the Yahoo! Search blog as well.

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    • http://www.webspawner.com/users/cars71/ LW Of Cars Auctions

      I think this could be a really good thing for the consumers.  But what about the music companies?  I know people tend to not have sympathy for the music industry, thinking that they are made of money, but what could the impact be on the musicians?…

    • http://wolfet.co.uk NeuroToxic

      Im still learning everyday. Ihave never heard of yTunes before today. I will have to take a look now and scope it out.

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