When all else fails, blame Napster. The file-sharing startup, in its first incarnation, pretty much gutted the music industry. The progeny it spawned has ruined the life of Minnesota single mom Jammie Thomas, who was fined a $222,000 fine for illegally downloading music. Now, reborn as a tedious iTunes wannabe, the company is ruining my morning with its latest bad idea. Napster 4.0 is a $10/mo. subscription service which ever so kindly allows users to access and play their music on any Internet-connected computer without downloading any software. The advantage, in short, is that you can hijack your friends' computers to play your own music. Tell you what, Napster: I'll keep my money and listen to Pandora for free instead.