A new generation of file-sharing options filter onto campus
by LOU PULICE
The Heights (Boston College), publication date: 17 March 2005
"If you talk to students on campus, the majority are bound to tell you that they have some sort of collection of music currently stored on their computers. With the popularity of Apple's iTunes and its fashionable and functional counterpart iPod, it is no surprise that most BC students are listening to and downloading music on a daily basis. But are these students actually paying the $0.99 per song that Apple's Online Music Store charges?
The answer to this question is, quite simply, no."