Bob Dylan was famously accused of becoming a Judas at his 1966 Manchester Free Trade Hall gig for going electric.  A criticism that deeply offended him at the time.  Dylan may have been faithful to what he believes is true for his music, but appears to have really sold out now – you can find on the Apple site a video clip of him performing as part of an advert (go here).  Yet, in the next breath he is slating technology big time to Wired magazine (article here). 

Why sell out now, with Dylan a cultural icon, and certainly not having problem selling albums?