Okay, Google's big push is to the Cloud. Right? So I got my invitation to
try Google Music Beta. I logged in, Google added a little free music to
give me something to screw around with -- and then I tried to add some of
my own music. Oops. Tilt. You've got to have either a Mac or Windows.
Won't even work on a Chromebook. WT...Fig? (At least I read it won't work
on a Chromebook.)
So... wasn't Google Music part of the push for Chromebooks? How does this
work out? And why couldn't Google figure out how to let users access their
service via a web a browser... like, maybe, Chrome?
Strange turn of events Ah well, Amazon is doing fine for me -- and it
works with Linux, using the browser (what an odd concept, eh Google?).
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