No problemo sir!
Indeed, seeing products like Open office really sort of put the sheer greed of some *other* companies in the spotlight doesn't it?
I'm all about free (but legal) stuff.
I like to think that for any application needed in which one pays for a fee for, there are at least a dozen more out there which do the same thing for free.
This is true even with the current Mp3 wars.
I think I posted this before, but what would you say If I told you that there exists zillions of sites which offer hundreds of thousands of songs with no strings attached?
And you can browse my genre?
And sub-sub-sub genre?
And the catch is?
They are unsigned artists.
(But you have to hurry, because daily they disappear because they do get signed.)
I speak of Indie music of course, which in my opinion, can be far better than commercial.
Sure, there are some lemons, but that's true of any artist!
Here's a good link to get started:
Free, and good quality.
Download, rip, burn, and share 'till your ears bleed.
~And the embodiment of what the TRUE spirit of music as a sublime art form is, no matter what category(ies) you are into.
I learn new things daily about kinds of music which I thought I knew *everything* about.
Let the serendipity (We say that word a lot) begin. I warn you though, the "Kid in the candy store effect." may overtake you.
I WANT IT ALL!
Why are you still reading this?
GO THERE NOW!!!
There's a bit of Metablade in all of us.