>From steev Fri Jul 9 11:19:06 1999
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From: Jim Allenspach <jimaATMcs.Net>
Subject: Re: [rumori] mp3 story in Wired
Date: Fri, 9 Jul 1999 13:00:14 -0500 (CDT)
In-Reply-To: <3785CC63.291A345AATucsd.edu> from "Tarleton Gillespie" at Jul 9, 99 10:18:13 am
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> Considering the recent tenor and focus of Wired, this seems exactly like
> the moment they would choose to do an mp3 focus.
Well, of course, Wired's news site has been following the MP3 news
for months and months, even going so far as to create an index of all their
But of course, the Website and the magazine are probably separate entities,
and the mag just now decided to publish. It's just that they haven't been
TOTALLY ignoring the news until now.
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