Saca só alguns trechos da análise que David Pogue (NYTimes) fez do Zune-zunido:
You can play a transmitted song only three times, all within three days. After that, it expires… This copy protection is as strict as a 19th-century schoolmarm. Just playing half the song (or one minute, whichever comes first) counts as one “play.” You can never resend a song to the same friend. A beamed song can’t be passed along to a third person, either.
What’s really nuts is that the restrictions even stomp on your own musical creations. Microsoft’s literature suggests that if you have a struggling rock band, you could “put your demo recordings on your Zune” and “when you’re out in public, you can send the songs to your friends.” What it doesn’t say: “And then three days later, just when buzz about your band is beginning to build, your songs disappear from everyone’s Zunes, making you look like an idiot.”
Semana passada: masoquistas. Hoje, Idiotas.
Se continuar assim o Zune será um estrondoso sucesso de vendas. O mundo anda lotado de masoquistas-idiotas com grana sobrando.