I’ve been going through all those annoying email subscriptions that one happens to accumulate over the span of, oh a year or so. You know, the emails you get from Land’s End, and Koo Koo Bear Kids, and 16 different Embroidery sites, and 12 different discount shopping sites, and….you get all those too right? (I know you do.)
Yeah, I get a lot of email that mostly remains unread. I had good intentions when I gave them my email address thinking I’d quickly surf through them as I got them, culling the deals from the duds and going along my merry way. That. hasn’t. happened. I group delete them leaving the deals undiscovered and not really caring about it.
As I was cleaning house I ran across an email from Amie Street.
Oh yeah! I forgot about Amie Street! This is a great place to find great music (unknown…but great). And a lot of it is free. And it’s all legal. I know. The prices of the songs and albums are determined by the people using the site. I’m guessing the more times a song is downloaded means the more expensive it will be–only up to .98 cents though, so it’s great for cheap frugal people like me.
Somehow I discovered the site a while back and enjoyed it for a while…but then the updates got lost in all of the email junk mail that was inundating me. I downloaded a bunch of songs today and transferred them to iTunes and then to my iPhone. It works! Free music!! And not just the one a week we’re rationed at iTunes (and those are usually blech…). I’ve been looking for ways to increase my song library in iTunes without taking out a loan to do it.