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Good article Domin8tor! Too bad you did not mention WinMX as a good alternative. I know it is not very well known yet, buts its better than all other Napsterlookalikes. And believe me I’ve tried out a fair number of them. You realy should try it. Is fast and easy to use. I know all you MP3freaks will love it! You can find more at http://www.winmx.com or http://www.museekster.com (Dutch). At Museekster you can even download a small (1.1Mb) demovideo of WinMX. So you can see for yourself that WinMX sure rules.
:7 Well said :7 Whether or not they want to realize that this world is becoming more “Digital” that is their problem. I definately agree with you on the price of cds. Lets see 12-15 dollars for maybe 1-3 songs that we’ll actually listen?!? AS I SAID. WELL SAID DoMiN8ToR
Napster was just a beta for audiognome.com anyway!
Gnutella is still traceable. The users with most songs shared will be busted first. Freenet doesn’t have this problem: freenet.sourceforge.net
Well I think the future of music sharing is in an opensource serverless project - you cant close it servers,even if rec companies tell server owner to remove it it will become warez(it will make stuff even cooler :4),there is no way anyone can stop music sharing .And right now I am thinkin’ about creatin’ such system (I’ve so far done some thinkin’ about algorithms I’ll use.Programmin will start in september.Who wanna contribute email me, perhaps we can move file sharing to a new level… )
This really is an AMAZING peice of software. Finally a replacement for EAC. Both faster and more secure then Exact Audio Copy with the Reference version!