i-Drive and MP3.com Make a Deal

from the MP3-storage dept

i-Drive and MP3.com have teamed up to let folks store 50 megs worth of MP3s and share them with friends. I wonder how this effects MyPlay.com (and I know that some of you MyPlay folks read this site). I know that MyPlay is going to let folks store 5 times as much (according to an article previously posted) but I’m hoping that MyPlay offers additional features as well… beyond just storage.

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Richard (user link) says:

Storage is not the game.

In a nutshell, storage is commodity. Easy game to get into, hard game to win. The myplay service is not based on the storage component, but on the relationship that is created between the customer and myplay through the mutual sharing of information in the context of musical preferences. Relationship marketing is the game that myplay is in.

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