http://www.npr.org/rundowns/segment.php?wfId=1576789 (Requires Windows Media or Real One player to listen to the piece) The article is a year in review of the music industry. It talks about how Apple made the biggest impact on it by showing the labels a new, more trusting model for online sales. It makes Mac users look good by saying the Apple's system had more relaxed copy protection standards than competing solutions and the early Mac program was a test to see if the system would be exploited. It wasn't, so Apple was able to port expand it to Windows users. Nothing new here, but the way the phrased made Mac users sound good.