Go give it a read. I'm not going to say that I don't agree with a lot of what the author, Ryan, has to say. But here's what I found interesting. I was going to take him to task over what Cory at Boing Boing quoted:
But we don't believe having free, usable, uncrippled media is a feature -- it's a right.
It looks like somebody in the comments took Ryan to task on it already. But what was odd is that I didn't recall reading that particular quote in the article. Instead, I backed up, rooted around and found this:
But we don't believe having free, usable, uncrippled media is a feature -- it's what we deserve, and we demand it.
Huh. And then Ryan mentioned in the comments that he still thinks it's a right:
We believe cripple-free media is a right. Maybe not a constitutional-fight-to-the-death kind of right, but we believe it's a right nonethelesss. It's important to remember that Apple has a very real agenda here, and it's not always just about doing what consumers want.