The promotional link-up between iTunes and The Times newspaper continues.

Times readers can register online in order to receive a special promotional code for four free tracks by email during the week.

"We've teamed up with iTunes to bring you some of the best new tracks around from the number one music download store," The Times says.

This weeks tracks include: Bloc Party, 'Like Eating Glass'; dEUS, 'If You Don't Get What you Want'; Jim White, 'Static on the Radio'; and Josh Ritter, 'Man Burning'.

This week's free iTunes track, which is on general release and available through iTunes, comes from new LA band, Orson.

The track, 'No Tomorrow', is one of those contained in the excellent and diverse 'In The City, Unsigned 2005' compilation album, which offers a selection of new acts.

Macworld Conference 2005

October 27-28, 2005. At MacExpo, Olympia National Hall, London

Macworld has gathered the world's best Mac experts for this year's Conference, which focuses on two areas: Mac OS X and profesional design.

Mac OS X: David Pogue (author of many best-selling Mac books, and the technology correspondent for the New York Times) leads the Mac OS X stream, alongside Macworld's hilarious back-page columnist Andy Ihnatko.

Design Pro: Deke McClelland (author of The Photoshop Bible, and inductee of the Photoshop Hall of Fame) runs a masterclass on Adobe Photoshop and other Creative Suite applications, with digital-artist Steve Caplin and photographer Martin Evening. Quark Product Architect Dan Logan flies in from the US to show the world's first full demonstration of the ground-breaking QuarkXPress 7.0.

Discover the hidden tips and tricks utilized by the Mac's top practitioners to dramatically enhance your skills and gain the insights you need to get the most from your technology investment.

Click here for more details.