Gizmodo's Mat Honan on Google's just-announced music service: "Essentially, you're taking the island of music on your computer and dropping it in the cloud. But it's still an island. It's still a self-contained unit. You have to manage it yourself. It won't grow unless you manually add tracks to it. There's no serendipitous discovery. No social component. No Pandora or Last.fm-style suggestions that drop tracks you've never heard before, but already love. Google isn't offering you a vast, new catalog. It's just offering to hold your shit for you."