DVD Jon built a little web-based application that takes files from almost any device and puts them onto any other device or social network. It’s basically a big honking anti-DRM machine, allowing you to pop stuff out of iTunes and onto anything you’d like. It works by “playing” the music in the background and recording it as an MP3.
It seems to only work on AAC DRMed music right now but the company plans to keep pounding until they destroy the DRM hegemony:
“Digital media is dominated by two players, Windows Media and iTunes, and they each have their own agenda…we see ourselves as the Switzerland of digital media. We are format and device agnostic.”
No OS X or iPhone support yet, but it’s coming.