Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 16th Feb 2009 14:06 UTC
Legal In a textbook example of "dweilen met de kraan open", the landmark trial against Torrent website The Pirate Bay will take off today in Sweden. The founders of the torrent website are charged with aiding millions of internet users gain access to illegal content. Basically the entire entertainment industry is amassing against The Pirate Bay, making this one of the biggest trials against internet file sharing in history.
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RE[4]: Never let go
by abstraction on Mon 16th Feb 2009 23:00 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Never let go"
abstraction
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2008-11-27

Ive used Spotify and I like it a lot. I actually have no problem with having to listen to a commercials now and then as long as it doesnt happen too often which it doesnt atm. Why Spotify works is because it is a better alternative than actually downloading songs because it is so easy to use and almost all music ive searched for is there. The only thing im shocked about is now when there is a good working prototype that makes everyone happy: Why are the record companies still f*cking up by not adding certain artist and ban some music in certain countries?

On a more technical note - there should be a interface free version like some sort of a music streaming server that doesnt require the client to have a specific platform. It would for instance be sooo cool to be able to mount Spotifys music library on your own computer =)

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