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November 26, 2012

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Boohoo, tell them to get real jobs like the rest of us so the rich can get richer.

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Go back to Musiciania! USA! USA!

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I'm a consumer and not a recording artist, so my perspective on this issue is probably different than most artists. I love music and I like to support the artists who record the music I listen to. In the past, I bought lots of albums and listened to the radio. When the RIAA started suing children and parents I stopped buying albums. I didn't buy a single album for 10 years. Now I hear and read horror stories about corrupt record labels and too many middlemen. Popular artists who can't pay their bills. Now the RIAA and MPAA want to put a stranglehold on music distribution. I think the music industry as it stands today needs to be flushed down the toilet.

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CASH Music looks promising. I am only wondering why it wasn't build on top of Wordpress. Blogging is huge and Wordpress is one of the best open source examples around. Why not add a set of plugins and themes to it which are perfect for the DIY artist? I think that would be a total win-win for both Wordpress and musicians and bands.

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Now a day demand and job opportunities are increasing rapidly by means of open source technology.This kind of post are welcoming one.
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Jennifer

Hi ,
Are you currently accepting guest posts on computerlearnhow.com? I write content about technology, including online security, personal VPN, online storage, data centers, Usenet etc. The content is 100% original and 450+ words, I tried my best to make it clear and informative.
As an example I have included some of my previously published guest posts. They can also be seen live here:
http://www.techwench.com/usenet-discovering-the-basics/
http://www.cyber-knowledge.net/blog/using-a-vpn-on-iphone-and-android/

Are you interested in publishing my content?
Jennifer

Jennifer

Hi ,
Are you currently accepting guest posts on computerlearnhow.com? I write content about technology, including online security, personal VPN, online storage, data centers, Usenet etc. The content is 100% original and 450+ words, I tried my best to make it clear and informative.
As an example I have included some of my previously published guest posts. They can also be seen live here:
http://www.techwench.com/usenet-discovering-the-basics/
http://www.cyber-knowledge.net/blog/using-a-vpn-on-iphone-and-android/

Are you interested in publishing my content?
Jennifer

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As a 'music consumer' i think no technology will help me find the music i like.
I tend to gravitate towards people who have similar taste and much more knowledge to help me find good bands. That is radio, labels, blogs and festivals.
Simply because i don't have the time to go over thousands of band pages to hear if i like it. I need some moderation to be done.
And to pass moderation.. well, yes.. having talent, working hard.. it's no easy living being a musician for sure, and technology holds no an answer to that too, i'm afraid.

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