founder Scott Blum says he’s prepared to sell 1 million songs a day on his new service. “I expect to do 200 million to 300 million downloads in the first year,” Blum told USA Today. The article also notes that none of the tracks from BuyMusic can be moved to Apple’s iPod, which has 50 percent of the digital music player market, though they do work with players from Creative Labs, Rio, and Lyra. “If you don’t support Windows, you cut off 97% of the market,” Blum said. “The iPod is the best little product I’ve ever seen, but it’s like building the best car in the world, yet it doesn’t use everyone’s gas.”