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Comment: Re:Wait for Google then... (Score 1) 622

by tryfan (#33327118) Attached to: Throwing Out Software That Works

I have in my house one simple screwdriver and it's enough for all my needs (opening the computer case and changing cards :) ). My dad has a full set of tools and about 20 different screwdrivers, because that's what he needs. .

Obviously, you still live with your parents.
  No-one can manage with just a size 2 Phillips - you can't even open a can of paint.

Comment: A shot in the foot? (Score 1) 545

by tryfan (#27919113) Attached to: The Pirate Bay Seeks Interesting Route To "Pay" Fine

I don't feel good about this. Whatever you think about Danowsky and his lawfirm, he actually did his job.
I don't like the idea that people wouldn't be able to find a lawyer, just because lawfirms wouldn't dare to be associated with Internet related stuff.
At first, I must admit I thought it was a great idea, though - I'm not a Danowsky fan...

Music

+ - Last.Fm goes legal

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tryfan
tryfan writes "Seems that CBS's buyout of Last.Fm has resulted in someting rather spectacular: yesterday a deal was announced that will make the Sony BMG's music catalogue legally available to Last.Fm listeners:

"Last.fm strikes Sony music deal
Last.fm connects users who share the same music tastes
Fans of the Foo fighters, Kings of Leon or Natasha Bedingfield will soon be able to listen to their music through the social music site Last.fm. The service, bought in May for $280m (£140m) by CBS Corporation, has signed a deal with the Sony BMG record label. The partnership will give the web 2.0 service's 20 million users access to the entire Sony catalogue of music.""

"I've seen the forgeries I've sent out." -- John F. Haugh II (jfh@rpp386.Dallas.TX.US), about forging net news articles

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