Isn't this illegal? iSuck

Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by Wano, Aug 1, 2003.

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    irmongoose

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    ughh... yep.



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    redAPPLE

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    well, the name says it all... iSuck.

    i tried it out, out of curiosity...

    it sucked :eek:
     
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    i tried it too, and i got a full quality song. but, i wonder why they are still up?
     
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    redAPPLE

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    i guess it is up, because it does not threaten anyone...

    just out of curiosity, is anyone here, who is really! happy with its performance?

    1 song might be a fluke.
     
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    Eniregnat

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    Warez/Juarez, HotLine, RedDog, etc. are like the wack-a-gopher game. Squish one head and it pops up elseware.

    In all honesty, best not to premote it and piss on their party or put yourself in jepordy. Or you could use and abuse.
     
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    hey..you see that ad there? about the camp? I'm going there =):D
     
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    Eniregnat

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    That's good.
    Though I thought that a Pandora would have more on the subject of music trading. ;)


    Seems more like BurningMan or Pavements End for the mathmaticly inclined than a "hackers" camp.

    Interisiting also, because both the camp and the site are registered in Germany . (Though they ping out closer.)
     
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    Abstract

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    iSuck is pretty good. :) It doesn't find the super-rare stuff (although Kazaa doesn't find these songs either), but its pretty good.
     
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    jefhatfield

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    i think over time, what is legal and what is illegal will radically change in this venue of online music

    when metallica came out against pirating via napster, tons of other artists backed napster and lars ulrich, the drummer of metallica and the vocal opponet of napster, backed off a bit

    it kind of looked weird that a gazillionaire rockstar was complaing about royalty infringement:p
     
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    jbomber

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    t-shirts GOOD!

    Napster BAD!
     

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