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As the Rolling Stones began their tour while welching on the more than quarter of a million dollar deal they made with my Friend, I started this e-Blogazine journal to document some of my experience of the fallout, and to create a forum for discussion and resources to reform the Music Industry. May Artists, Musicians, and Free People everywhere find it useful.


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-- Delene Garafano: "Working" for the Rolling Stones --



-- Janis Ian: The Internet Debacle --



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-- Evan Coyne Maloney: Why the Music Industry Wants To Trash Your Computer --



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-- Doug Chick: Don't Legalize Hacking by Record Companies --



-- Dave Manchester: We're Goin' BoomBoomBoom --



-- Dan Gillmor: We must engage in copyright debate --



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wTuesday, February 04, 2003

Stoned Out Loud Exits Blogspot : Cites Archive Issues


This is the final update to the blogspot mirror of Stoned Out Loud.

The reason is the archive problem. After several letters last fall to Blogger, E.V., Pyra, and Public Mind, they are still fsck'd up.

Blogger is Great! It makes it easy to publish to the web. But the API doesn't seem fully baked. So I have to shop for a new interface.

Sorry.

Further updates will be published to the commercially hosted site, http://www.stoned-out-loud.com .



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wMonday, February 03, 2003

Fair Use P2P Backup Communities : Unite the Cows!


Unite The Cows: Swapping Value-Add Acoustic Envelopes Among Friends

Fair Use P2P Backup Communities

Building new Forrms and Forums of Community by making special compilations will never stop, not so long as there is a heart beating in the soul of Man. Here's an evolutionary way to take that next step: Join a mixing Community. You get to share Your favorite mixes, and be exposed to some People who are musicians that You'll never hear on the increasingly-choked-by-capital airwaves.. It's a sort of peer to peer backup for your (and your Friend's) favorite groups of tunes. A coop of comp. Dot.Communism in the most prosaic, grassroots communal form: snail mail between Friends.

And speaking of communal, take a look at this item on Wired . iCommune is going to be Free.



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