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S Club 7 appeal to fans.

What unbelievable hypocrisy! Marketing… argh.

Linked on the 22nd of March, 2001 Details

An example of terminal: the Hi-Muse.

Here’s an interesting gadget/prototype: The Hi-Muse [archive link] is a Hi-Fi product entirely dedicated to audio. It looks like a micro Hi-Fi system with a large touch screen, a CD player, a hard drive and direct access to the Web. It can be connected to your existing audio system or used as a USB or Ethernet peripheral in your computer system.

Linked on the 17th of March, 2001 Details

Thai Elephant Orchestra

Forget two-step, nu-skool breaks or drum & bass, the next big thing will be the Thai Elephant Orchestra. (thanks Dimitri!)

Linked on the 6th of March, 2001 Details

Napster Helps RIAA Again, RIAA Still Ungrateful

Slashdot debunks the recording industry figures about sales being down due to Napster. Their CD sales are actually up, they just released a misleading press statement. No surprise there…

Linked on the 27th of February, 2001 Details

Boston Globe: Poor CD sales blamed on Napster

The recording industry is blaming Napster for poor CD sales [dead link]. How about blaming it on incredibly high retail prices? That’s the reason I don’t contribute to CD sales, not because of my very occasional Napster use. 20 Euros is way over the top. If they reduced the price by half, I’d have quite a collection by now, they should do the math but they’re probably too busy lamenting the rise of file-swapping services.

Linked on the 27th of February, 2001 Details

Cnet News: Music labels to ISPs: Shut down Napster clones

The offensive has begun. After the Napster victory, the RIAA is now requesting ISPs shut down copycat systems like OpenNap. I wonder how they’ll get around Gnutella and OpenNap servers in countries they don’t have a stranglehold on.

Linked on the 24th of February, 2001 Details