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Options December 20, 2010: Paul Boutin re: The Age of Music Piracy is Officially Over

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GDFX  excerpt   Options Altered Ego  Infinite Limbs / Little Fury Things 
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Learning Music  Larger (feat. Andrew Aged)   Options LMM 3.8 - LARGER  Community Pool Tapes 
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Mac 68K  Sum Beat   Options Experimental Apple   
Music Composed in HyperCard

Paul Boutin: "The Age of Music Piracy Is Officially Over"

Will 2010 go down as the year people quit downloading music illegally? Guest Paul Boutin writes about social networks and digital media for the New York Times, reviews books for the Wall Street Journal, and his latest Wired Magazine essay declared that "The age of stealing music via the Internet is officially over". Boutin describes how technological innovations have made the prospect of paying for digital music way more appealing than it was in Napster's heyday. But even as the hand of law came down this year against popular filesharing websites like Limewire and the Pirate Bay, Pirate Party leader Rick Falkvinge made quite the opposite declaration: "File sharing is increasing every day and the only thing this means is that more and more people will try to hide what they are doing on the internet." We'll discuss where things stand with music piracy as 2010 comes to a close.

backing tracks: Golden Hits "Troptr Zure" // Glenny 417 "Biskopsgården Night Life" // YACHT "Ring The Bell (instrumental) // Vate "Cachonda" // Lee Rosevere "Stormbox" & "Backtime" // Broke For Free "Calm The Fuck Down"
all available for free downloads under Creative Commons licenses from the Free Music Archive

Single Bullet Theory  Rockers Night Out   Options SBT: 1977-1980  Artifacts/yclept 
70s power-pop vs 80s new wave music industry
My Mind  A New Man, My Life Coach, He Shine   Options Path Masher   
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Jóvenes y Sexys  El Reloj (El Tiempo Se Nos Va María y José Remix)   Options Bruno Remixed EP  Poni Republic 
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Music For Your Plants  Air Koryo   Options MFYP EP   
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Schizoïd Bass  A Tree Story   Options Free Juke Box  Dog-Eared Music 
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Chandeliers  Candy Apple   Options Roulé EP  Captcha Records (formerly HBSP-2X) 
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forthcoming (2011) split w/ Mahjongg
Fancy Mike  Death Proof   Options Fantastique [STOP 2X2 #04]  Stereóptico 
Peppermill's Favorite Free MP3s of 2010
Mochipet  Petdestroyer   Options 2999  Peppermill Records 
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Peppermill's 2999 page
Greg Davis  Flurries   Options 8bit EP  8bitrecords 
2010 Favorites from Cameron Parkins of Creative Commons

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