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How to Make Music Sharing Totally Legal

Updated 2007-05-24 8:38AM US/Eastern

Ever heard of MP3Tunes? It's a music locker called Oboe (and a brainchild of Michael Robertson) that currently has a terrible interface but some nice features: store unlimited numbers of songs for $40 a year (or you'll randomly get selected to get a free account upgraded to unlimited storage). It'll let you stream, downsample for you to handle different connection speeds, etc. Oh, and you can use it to make music sharing totally "legal."

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New KDE-Games is impressive

After reading this article on the dot I decided to give the new KDE-Games for KDE4 a spin. I have to say they've done fantastic work. The SVG graphics look just as good as on the screenshots, and scale beautifully to any resolution. Of course the best graphics technology is useless without actual artwork, so the kudos must also go to the artists. It's all very pretty. Likewise I was impressed by the relative maturity; many of the games seem already perfectly playable and in good shape.


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