Pawnshop ain't no place for a wedding ring
The Swedish vice-minister of nutrition (I think, although it's a strange title), Ulrica Messing, defends her right to download music (in Swedish and via Keld Bach) and at the same time a quickpoll made on Aftonbladet's site shows that roughly 95 percent of Swedes think that downloading music is perfectly fine.
Sensible ministers, decent coverage of music and a woman football commentator. That, and one of Politiken's TV critics once describing Swedish television as "the calm voice of reason" makes me think I should've moved the extra couple of kilometres. Just being able to watch Musikbyrån will do for now, though.