This job listing is good news for two reasons. First, it suggests that Apple is in the UX phase of providing an iTunes library that's accessible from any computer, online. Second, it's always nice to see that somebody in America is, in fact, hiring people.

Now there's more reason to suspect that the company intends to make a Web interface for iTunes. Cupertino is hiring a user interface engineer for a position that could be tailored to the project. The job description says the engineer will be "responsible for implementing interactive, rich media projects within the iTunes group" and proceeds to list familiarity with a number of Web technologies as qualifications.

Read the full story at MIT's Technology Review.

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