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Episode Guide


May 27th, 2007

TWiM 55: Going by the Code

Sound Exchange offers a deal, copying HD DVD and BluRay discs, a Fair(y) use tale and © forever.

May 19th, 2007


Video games turn 40, MP3's go DRM free, video downloads have no future and Titanic and Terminator are the same movie.

May 14th, 2007

TWiM 53: Learning to Learn

District of Columbia Enforcer, Getting beyond Edumacation and Channeling Alan Kay.

May 6th, 2007

TWiM 52: Save Net Radio

HR 2060 is released from Pandora's box, the secret code is PXC50

April 26th, 2007

TWiM 51: Something not JPEG

Geeking out with Bill Crow about HD Photo, RAW formats, camera mosiacs and why Stu needs to call us.

April 22nd, 2007

TWiM 50: Las Vegas Left Overs

Adobe & Microsoft go interactive, Final Cut Pro Studio is well... cool, Sony and Red turn up the camera heat and Kenji crashes the Hard Rock.

April 17th, 2007

TWiM 49: Live from NAB Episode 1

Live From NAB: Apple's Final Cut Studio 2
Running time: 1:05:20
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May 6th, 2007

TWiM 52: Save Net Radio

Craig Syverson, John Foster, Kenji Kato, Scott Bourne and Tim Westergren

HR 2060 is released from Pandora's box, the secret code is PXC50



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Submitted by lindawill on Wed, 12/17/2008 - 01:32

Pandora and exposure of new music.

Submitted by creed on Tue, 05/15/2007 - 20:13

Until access to Pandora in the UK was removed, I'd had a little play with it to see what all the fuss was about. Putting in a random artist from my collection (Peter Murphy) I was pleasantly surprised to see that of the next 6 songs it played I really liked 5 of them, including two artists I had never heard of before. I liked their music so much I made a note of their names.

When it came round to last month's renewal on my eMusic account, I did a search for these artists (Eskobar and The Cruxshadows), sampled a few of the tunes, and then went ahead and bought 3 albums (2 x Eskobar, 1 x The Cruxshadows).

Given none of the terrestrial radio stations in the UK would ever play music by Eskobar--a Swedish band--and it's likely I would never have got to hear them in any other way, Pandora directly exposed me to new music that I then went ahead and legally purchased.

The rest of both bands' back catalogues is in my purchase list for next time my eMusic account renews.

And the RIAA et al say that Pandora and similar net radio services are not helping music?