Lessons from the music industry’s initial consumer-hostile reaction to the Napster saga. Going from $16 CDs to unlimited streaming is really hard.
It really whips the llama’s ass.
Inside the rise and fall of Last.fm, the social network that understood how online music worked and that resembled bits of Facebook, Songkick, Blogspot, and Spotify.
Your ears will appreciate the end of the "Loudness Wars."
Of course you won't be satisfied, you people are never satisfied.
A nightclub so exclusive that no one has ever heard of it.
What happens when the future dies before it’s happened?
Former members of the private, BitTorrent music community shouldn’t expect an encore performance.
Celebrating 20 years of ripping MP3s.
Sure, you’ll have to break copyright to find Prince’s music online, but when has that ever stopped pirates?