“Net radio raises a

  • “Net radio raises a pirate flag…”

    “The Streamer technology works a little like Gnutella or other file-swapping services that don’t rely on central servers. A stream of music would be relayed through a daisy-chain of listeners and PC relay points across the Net, so that the original broadcast point would be difficult–though not impossible–to track down.”

    Sounds like something I’ve gotta try out. I’ll gladly send a check to the songwriters, but screw the RIAA. I wonder if the RIAA will harrass on-line stations that are only playing music from labels that aren’t RIAA members or by unsigned indie artists? I wouldn’t be surprised if they’ll jump all over the place without actually listening first. Of course, you can just forget the Internet altogether.

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