Monday, July 20, 2009

A day to rejoice: "DRM is dead"

Electronista | RIAA agrees: "DRM is dead":
"'DRM is dead'"

Long-time proponent of digital rights management (DRM) protection for music files, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has finally acknowledged that DRM has become obsolete, according to a recent report from TorrentFreak. DRM prevents buyers of digital music tracks from copying them to other devices in an attempt to curb illegal copying. But now, with major music retailers abandoning the format to appease the wishes of the paying public, RIAA chief spokesman Jonathan Lamy says the protection's death is now a matter of fact.

"DRM is dead, isn’t it?" he said in a magazine interview.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

players and players

I'm experimenting with different players for the music hereabouts. So enjoy the dust!

Zebron and James