Before making it into work today, we stopped at the bank to make some deposits, which took a lot longer than it should have. We finally made it into the office at quarter past ten. The dictated reports kept me largely occupied until we left for the day at five. This evening I subscribed to AllofMP3.com, the maybe-legal Russian paid music download service. Aside from the debatable legality of the service, it’s an incredibly ideal and inexpensive service. You pay on a per-megabyte basis, songs average from 10 to 20 cents each. You can choose the file format and bit-rate and the files are DRM free, only eMusic can claim the same. Anyway I was up late browsing through their collection. They have some things I’ve been unable to find anywhere else, Amazon and eBay included.