Mix: Amazon, Podcasting woes, My shuffle, Human rights

Amazon.com is apparently preparing an online music store, according to a job listing for a “content acquisition manager” for the company’s “forthcoming digital music service.”

USA Today’s Michelle Kessle has written a piece on podcasters running into music licensing problems over fears of piracy from record companies.

Chicago’s WKQX (Q101) has announced “My Shuffle” weekends—the radio station’s “answer to an all-request weekend in the iPod Age.” Listeners will be able to create playlists online from the Q101 music library and submit their selections.

A version of the Universal Declaration for Human Rights has been posted online for download in iPod note format.

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