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Saturday, June 04, 2005

Imagine all the terrible music that would come of this. As a musician, such things bother me, but droit morale ain't the answer. Imagine all the amazing remixes that will come out of this. Better filtering, not more limits.

Scandinavian law.

NYT on deceptive Clear Channel.

High bitrates, high prices.


AOL open sourcing some stuff. Interesting, but we'll see how far into the audio/video realm they go with this.

Anonymous library cards. Smart. Very smart.

HP extends strange iPod relationship.

TV shows turned DVDs now account for more than 10-percent of dollar sales for the home video industry. The article goes on to state that TV videos go for a much higher average price than DVDs of movies. An interesting inversion of the 'why buy the cow if you can get the milk for free?' argument.



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