Giz reader and champion Craiglist peruser Andrew F. happened across a job posting from Napster, asking for a software engineer with experience in "Mac/iPhone OS X Development." Such a posting might not normally be worth getting too excited over—after all, everyone's making iPhone apps nowadays—but Napster just launched a new, cheap unlimited streaming service last month. Five bucks a month for instant access to seven million songs (plus downloads) is a solid deal as is; throw in an iPhone client and it'd be a great one. [Craigslist—Thanks, Andrew!]
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