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One of these sites is a "officially licensed ASCAP and BMI site", the other is owned by AOL-Time Warner. One of these sites has "smooth jazz", "Swedish New Classical pieces", and "Nashville's Best Unsigned Talent - Old Time Pickin' Parlor" in the ambient electronic category, and one site has downtempo, IDM, among others. One site allows sorting by bitrate or stream, one has a column headed, "speed", and under it entries like T1, 56k, etc(they're streaming it over a modem?). One site shows the number of listeners/max listeners, one has a suspiciously pay-for-ranking looking TLH heading, which isn't explained anywhere as far as I can tell, but is intended, I think, to be some sort of ranking.

I don't know much about Nullsoft, but I know it is the creator of Winamp, the gnutella protocol, and Shoutcast, and I've always respected Justin Fraenkel for the aesthetic he applies to things with which he's associated. Hell, Nullsoft is owned by AOL-TimeWarner and they can still turn out a kickass webcasting site.

Does anyone still doubt that the only way the record companies can keep from becoming irrelevant is by legislating the competition out of business?

Mr. Gunn : 2:48 PM : Monday, February 03, 2003 :

Compelling read over at Rebecca's Pocket. She's an old skool blogger, predating Pyra, so she knows whereof she speaks.

I know this is a blogger page, meaning I don't know what I'm
talking about, but read it anyway.

Mr. Gunn : 1:02 PM : Sunday, February 02, 2003 :

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