A couple of days ago we commented that Tesco’s music download service is now online, a move that we believe is the death of the music download coolness. There appears to be a conspiracy by the music industry to make music download a thing of the past. It is now the time for the Post Office to enter the digital music revolution. The Guardian reports that the Post Office has agreed to sell Napster music vouchers.
Yes, boys and girls. Music downloading is officially, completely and uncontroversially uncool. Who needs a legal suit when you have the twin towers of uncoolness looming large against you? Music downloads are sooo 2003.