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ipod scroll has made us a skipforward generation

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no-one would have believed ipod more popular than beer

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Why we need, but cannot trust, charts

by: David Jennings

David Hepworth (director of Word magazine) asks "why should anyone care about the chart?" The reason I give in the book is that the chart helps us know what other people like.

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Flashback: Bone Fone

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Disruptive innovation within the rock 'n roll guitar industry

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Music 2.0 Directory

by: David Jennings

Jason Herskowitz has started a wiki site so we can all collate examples of different kinds of new-generation music sites.

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Debunking the MySpace 'Revolution' and its Effect on the Charts

by: David Jennings

The current issue of Word has a good sceptical article by Peter Robinson on the promotion of new music through the Net in general and MySpace in particular.

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Jazz Blogs Curate a 'Lost' Period

by: David Jennings

There's an interesting article on jazz blogs in yesterday's New York Times (registration may be required shortly), which touches on several themes that I cover in the book:

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Second Generation Discovery Sites

by: David Jennings

There's an interesting set of issues raised by sites like Best MySpace Band, which add second-generation features to discovery sites like MySpace, Last.fm and so on.

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People Power Lands Hoff on #3

 By: Alain Thys

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