AFP: Muziic turns YouTube into rich source for songs: "SAN FRANCISCO (AFP) — A schoolboy and his father have unleashed software that lets people listen to YouTube's vast collection of music videos as if it were a private collection.
Muziic software created by 15-year-old David Nelson enables computers to mine YouTube's rich database of songs and play customized lists of tunes free of charge.
'The Muziic player is a pretty cool little thing,' said analyst Matt Rosoff of technology industry tracking firm Directions On Microsoft.
'It looks and works a lot like iTunes in that it is a downloable desktop application; but you get all the content from YouTube. You have an all-in-one-place library of music for free.'"