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Comment: The End of the World (Score 1) 281 281

by nomasteryoda (#45400227) Attached to: Music Industry Issues Take Down Notices to 50 Major Lyrics Sites
Britney Spears was a 21st century human singer. Her song "Toxic", a "traditional ballad," was played on Lady Cassandra's "iPod". The "iPod" is really a Jukebox and no one knows the lyrics to the song. The Music "Industry" destroyed said lyrics in a veiled attempt to prevent paying customers from knowing what the artist was singing. The effect was actually destruction of their own markets... Fools I tell you. They know not what they do. Here are some alternatives: Jamendo, Free Music Archive, Magnatune

Comment: Re:from the that's-awful-fast dept. (Score 1) 69 69

by nomasteryoda (#16157423) Attached to: Novell to Launch Quick-Response Linux
Personally, I want my OS to respond in realtime and compute in such a manner. Fixed time intervals? Ok. I get that, but put this way: Would you rather have a figher jet running a realtime OS or die via BSOD? Yeah, that last letter really means Death in this case. realtime computing

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