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While the article quotes founding member Martin Stiksel as saying it's "an exciting opportunity", I can't help but feel that not all the 15 million users will agree with the effects of commercialization.
As yet their seems to be no announcement on the last.fm website."
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A month ago, when running a filesystemcheck from a menu in the controlwebsite due to an error while copying data, it trashed my data completely, and now refuses to "mount" the raidset. I wrote Thecus twice the next two following days, so far no reply!
As far as I can see, it runs some kind of embedded Linux, and the Ext3 filesystem with volumegroups. But I can't access it in other ways than using the administration website. So my question is: "What do you do when someone uses Linux and other OSS products within their own product, and obviously don't have the knowledge to support it"?!? It sure gives Linux/OSS a bad name, and the feeling that it's not ready to use for businesses.
I'd probably been better off using my own custom build FreeNAS."
- There's recommendations based on what I listen to, and there's the "similar bands" on every band page. I was able to find some really good stuff using these tools.
- You can see what your real life friends are listening to. I check my friends list and if there's any band there on the "top artists", I'll go check them out.
We don't need the Labels to filter things for us.