Students start getting MP3s Without P2P: Record streaming radio

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#1

I just posted the article Students start getting MP3s Without P2P: Record streaming radio.

According to a survey by the Pew Internet & American Life project,
over 50% of previous music downloader’s have abandoned their practice as a result of the RIAA’s
actions,…

Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/8833-Students-start-getting-MP3s-Without-P2P-Record-streaming-radio.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/8833-Students-start-getting-MP3s-Without-P2P-Record-streaming-radio.html)

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#2

In Germany the software “AudioJack” is very popular for this at the moment! Even serious news shows are reporting about this tool: http://www.heute.t-online.de/ZDFheute/mediathek/video/0,1473,2057536,00.html Sorry, German only. :slight_smile:


#3

With 321 Studios successfully put away, whats the chance AudioExtract will be feeling the heat soon…:X


#4

hey - it gets to the point that besides wanting the music - we should rejoice in screwing with the inductry concentrating on screwing us - the industry needs to contemplate the next generation entertainment, not us download little individual song - JEEZ…the local thrift store has 45 rpm’s for 10 cents a peice - such a deal…


#5

and if this is high enough quality for them…gooo students. i had one of these programs a few months ago, and 96-128 kbit stereo streams just arent worth it to my ears.


#6

you can find much better bitrate streams than 128k… checkout shoutcast… some streams are even in 320kbps.


#7

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[edited by seanbyrne on 06.08.2004 15:20]


#8

Hey Sherrif, I think FreqNasty don’t like you much, mate. Who cares! As Australians, we got more things to worry about…like the recent Free Trade Agreement…or shall I say, the **** The Australians (FTA) agreement…:frowning: [Foul language removed]
[edited by seanbyrne on 06.08.2004 13:56]