Steven Frank makes some good points about competing with Apple on its home turf. On one hand, I'm a registered Audion user, because I really like the product. But I have to admit that I use iTunes far more often, thanks to two features: the Library management (mandatory, really, once you go past a few thousand MP3s), and the superior iPod integration, which, of course, something where the platform vendor will always have an inherent advantage.
I lately lost a preposition;
It hid, I thought, beneath my chair
And angrily I cried, “Perdition!
Up from out of under there.”
Correctness is my vade mecum,
And straggling phrases I abhor,
And yet I wondered, “What should he come
Up from out of under for?”
— Morris Bishop