Forbes/MSNBC: Teen Builds Linux Workaround for iTunes
Mar 29, 2005, 19:00 (3 Talkback[s])
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"Cody Brocious is a 17-year old 11th grader from Chamberburg,
Pa., and like many other teens he loves his iPod and uses the
iTunes music store to buy music.
"Brocious likes using the Linux operating system more than he
does Microsoft's Windows or Apple Computer's Mac OS. But Apple
doesn't make software that would let Linux users like Brocious buy
songs from the iTunes store, so he did what any 21st-century teen
raised in the digital age would do--he and his friends wrote a
program to do so themselves..."