“You’ve got music!”: Dave Winer thinks AOL/TW should add an mp3 service to their AOL service. I think he’s right. The target markets match up. The integration could make things even easier for users than Napster did, and make it easy to sell CDs of the music people are listening to as they are listening to it. AOL/TW could cut a deal with Apple to integrate with the iPod, and then use the AOL service to resell iPods. AOL’s marginal cost of adding such a service is trivial (they have the hosting facilities, pipes, expertise, and vast library of music), and the service should drive adoption of both the AOL service and the broadband cable service. This is the kind of synergy the AOL/TW merger promised but failed to deliver.