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The Age of the Free MP3 Player

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Study: Radiohead Promotes Music with Free Music

by: Ilya Vedrashko

"ComScore released a study of online sales of "In Rainbows," a new record album from the band Radiohead. During the first 29 days of October, 1.2 million people worldwide visited the "In Rainbows" site, with a significant percentage of visitors ultimately downloading the album. The study showed that 38 percent of global downloaders of the album willingly paid to do so, with the remaining 62 percent choosing to pay nothing."

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Radiohead Update, Set Your Own Price Experiment Sells 1.2 Million Albums at $8 Each

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Net, Blogs and Rock'n'Roll is published

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SNS visibility norms (a response to Scoble)

by: Danah Boyd

A few days ago, I lamented the tech crowd's Facebook fetish. Scoble raised the bar by responding to all of my nitpicks. Now, it's my turn again. Tehehe.

I think that Scoble summed it all up perfectly with this:

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What's Wrong with what Mary Digby did

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Transreality/Rapid Manufacturing Round

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The Techy 50-plus

by: Dick Stroud

This Reuter’s article is an interesting reflection on the 50-plus and their tech literacy.

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Transreality/Rapid Manufacturing Round

by: C. Sven Johnson

Having already done the virtual reality and Industrial Design round-ups, I’m finishing off with this collection of links which - in some way or another - have something to do with cross-reality ideas/concepts and rapid manufacturing. Well, at least they come kinda close (in my mind).

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Music Changes Grab Attention

by: Roger Dooley

Many forms of marketing incorporate music - often, this is to create a mood or evoke memories of a particular time period. New research shows that changes in the music are what really gets the attention of the listener’s brain:

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