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The free MP3 craze of 2000 found expression in the form of the Musit—a device that had a cellular Web connection to a dedicated Napster interface. Music could be downloaded or streamed for free from anywhere. Woo-hoo! And we all know what happened to Napster, much less the Musit.
Dan provided product design, interface design, branding, and viral marketing for Musit’s idealistic pursuit of utopia.