He succeeded thanks to dedication and charm
Hollywood might be on the offensive when it comes to limiting your internet freedom (via the controversial and moribund Stop Online Privay Act), but it appeared to be against the ropes today following the U.S. Justice Department's takedown of file storage sight Megaupload at the behest of the conten ... More >>
Several film and music industry groups urged the White House this week to do all it can to stop online pirates from taking a bite of Hollywood's bottom line. The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, the Directors Guild of America, the Screen Actors Guild, the Motion Picture ... More >>
And I'll stay home if I want to
Eclectic giddy fun
Few contemporary rappers are more fun to listen to
At least Modest Mouse got name-dropped in a Supreme Court case
Quasi-legal squads raid street vendors
A digital new era finds the labels asleep
you can lead consumers to music, but can you make them pay?
The record industry sued Napster and has just inhaled MP3.com. Is there a future for music on the Internet? Analog Pussy thought so... Then they got a scary e-mail...
The beautiful chaos of Kill Radio
Why Napster, extraterrestrials, Southern hillbillies and Dick Clark mean more to the future of music than copyright and the Recording Industry Association of America
How Napster restored my faith in the Internet (and why the RIAA canít take it away)
MP3: Recontextualization is your best entertainment value
Napster unleashes whole new Net ball game
Record biz romances some tech sites, clobbers others. What gives?
Web radio: Freedom of choice is just a keystroke away
The MP3 Revolution ó the End of the Industry as We Know It