Right now, there's a high-school kid somewhere perfecting a file-sharing system that makes Napster look like Columbia House. There are students working in college dorm rooms on file-compressing software that would render MP3s the equivalent of eight-track tapes. In a few years--or a few months, possibly--there will be technology on the market that will make this year's give-and-take over music on the Internet seem as quaint as those heated discussions in the 1950s about something called television making movie theaters obsolete. We're not on the verge of a digital age; we're in the middle of... More >>>