In iCame, iSaw, iCaved David Carr of the NYT seems to think there’s a problem with the consistent pricing model of iTunes and suggests that variable pricing would be fine…
The Web, after all, can easily enable infinitely customized pricing. eBay proved that people will not only track prices closely, but act in their own consuming self-interest.
eBay!? Let’s see a show of hands, who likes eBay? That’s what I thought.
He also bitches that his 80GB iPod is now somehow obsolete. People need to stop demanding new products then complaining when they show up.