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Audible, Podcasts, and DRM

A very interesting debate is taking place concerning podcasts and DRM.  Audible announced a new service on Friday, and then one of their top consultants set about to alienate most of the web community by personally attacking several very well-respected technology bloggers.

Read the original post here (by Mitch Ratcliffe, an Audible consultant), and some good coverage on tech.memeorandum and TechCrunch’s blog.