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Posting Lyrics is Illegal?

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: December 10, 2005

The music industry is to extend its copyright war by taking legal action against websites offering unlicensed song scores and lyrics. The Music Publishers' Association (MPA), which represents US sheet music companies, will launch its first campaign against such sites in 2006. (from BBC News) Isn't that a bit of a stretch already? What's wrong with republishing song lyrcis? Music fans love to do that. Bloggers love to quote lyrics from their favorite bands or artists. There's just no stopping this copyrights war, or so it seems. *pffft*

App in Focus: SoundHound, music search & discovery

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: March 20, 2012

Have you experienced having a tune or a song stuck in your head, but struggling to know the title of the song? Or did you hear a song that you’ve never heard before and got so interested with it that you want to know its title and who sang it. It happened to me one too many times, and let me tell you, it wasn’t fun at all. I spend countless moments scratching my brains out just to get the title of the tune out of there. Sometimes it works, but most of the time it's a lost cause. That…

Music has a Genome

Relevance: 81%      Posted on: January 15, 2006

I was just listening to the latest podcast (the 6th actually) of "Inside the Net" by Leo Laporte and Amber MacArthur where they featured Tim Westergren of Pandora Media. Tim started out the Music Genome project almost 6 years ago: On January 6, 2000 a group of musicians and music-loving technologists came together with the idea of creating the most comprehensive analysis of music ever. Together we set out to capture the essence of music at the most fundamental level. We ended up assembling literally hundreds of musical attributes or "genes" into a very large Music Genome. Taken together these…

What’s your best Black Friday deal yet?

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: November 24, 2012

While a lot of people are celebrating Thanksgiving Day in the US, it has been overshadowed by Black Friday deals with a lot of products on sale with deep discounts. Amazon has been my go to place to shop online and have the items shipped to my friend in the US for forwarding later on via balik bayan box. Last night, some pretty good deals appeared on Amazon and one such item is the Canon S100 which was selling for just $229 or about Php9,400 {see listing here}. I also included the Kindle Fire HD which is sold for $199…

From the old Archives

Relevance: 74%      Posted on: May 14, 2005

While cleaning up the other vacant room last night, I thought I'd sort out the stuff in the boxes of books and magazines before I stack them back in the storage room. I found my old high school album with several pictures in them still intact. I scanned a few so I can archive them later to my iPod Photo. The picture above is one of the few I really liked because I think it's probably the only existing picture I have with me and my folks in it. To top it off, my grandma and several aunts are also…

Gangnam Style breaks YouTube, forces 64-bit counter

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: December 4, 2014

The whole Gangnam Style craze may have already died down locally, but the official music video of the song continues to garner hit on YouTube. So much so that it maxed out Google-owned video streaming website’ view counter and forces them to upgrade to a 64-bit integer. In a short blog post, Google stated that the official Gangnam Style video was the first in the world to surpass the allowable views in a 32-bit integer (2,147,483,647). It adds that the smash hit was “viewed so many times we had to upgrade to a 64-bit integer” which should be sufficient (for…

New MySpace opens to the public

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: January 16, 2013

After being almost rendered obsolete by Facebook and Twitter, the dethroned king of social network returns with a redesigned look and is now called the "New MySpace". Currently, the site's landing page shows the actor/singer and MySpace co-owner, Justin Timberlake and his advertisement for his latest single, "Suit & Tie", featuring Jay-Z. From there users can choose to start a new account or sign-up using their Facebook, Twitter, or old MySpace credentials. Part of the New MySpace look is the horizontal scrolling of the page instead of vertical, and a music deck located at the bottom of the page which…

The day DRM died

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: April 3, 2007

EMI, in an unprecedented move, is offering all it's digital songs DRM-free. TechCrunch reports Apple is gonna sell them for $1.29 per song. Now, that's a huge surprise though it may not really affect us here in the Philippines since iTunes was never available here but to the rest of the iTunes population, this day (April 2, 2007) marks the death of DRM. Kudos to Steve Jobs for openly voicing his opinions against DRM earlier.

What is the “Ang Panday” Experiment?

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: October 28, 2005

The "Ang Panday" project is an SEO experiment of Marc for the upcoming teleserye "Ang Panday", starred by Jericho Rosales and Heart Evangelista. Full disclosure can be read in his recent entry over at Pinoy.Tech.Blog. The project involves a real-life experiment on SERPs using link popularity. The goal here is to increase link popularity for the Ang Panday blog. So, if you want to help out, show some link loving by pasting these codes into your blog/s: <a href="http://ang-panday.blogspot.com">Panday</a> <a href="http://ang-panday.blogspot.com">Ang Panday</a> <a href="http://ang-panday.blogspot.com">Ang Panday - Jericho Rosales</a> <a href="http://ang-panday.blogspot.com">Jericho Rosales and Heart Evangelista Forever</a> We'll be watching out for…

AmazonMP3 a serious competitor to Apple iTunes

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: September 27, 2007

Rave reviews of the newly launched AmazonMP3 music store abound in the last couple of days. The big win here is obviously the over 2 million DRM-free songs it offered at launch day, something Apple is still struggling to do for years. Here's a quick comparison of the two services so far: Apple iTunes Music Store Songs available in Store: over 6,000,000 Song Prices: USD $0.99 each DRM, $1.29 for DRM-free Album Prices: USD $9.99 Quality: 128 Kbps File Format: AAC (.m4p extension) Software: iTunes Music Player Player Compatibility: iPod, iPhone AmazonMP3 Music Store Songs available in Store: over 2,000,000…