Recommended Reading

Recommended Reading: What the Death of iTunes Says About Our Digital Habits

I just read and enjoyed this:

The abandonment of iTunes heralded a broader shift in how Americans are assumed to approach their digital lives. You could call it the victory of Gmail. When it debuted in 2004, Google’s email software offered Americans a revolutionary new way of thinking about their digital footprint: Don’t.

Read “What the Death of iTunes Says About Our Digital Habits”

Previously: Computer Files Are Going Extinct