December 19, 2003

Legal MP3 Blog

Check out LegalMP3Downloads. It's a blog devoted to posting legal mp3 download info. They've aggregated links to a blogload of artists and music, but they are very anti-piracy (see the latest post, an open letter to DVD-Jon). However, the great majority of posts and links go directly to music, and if you want legal mp3 content, they probably link to it.

Nice job on getting so much content together and organizing it (scroll down to see a nav system on the right side).

Posted by Mary Hodder at December 19, 2003 11:38 AM | TrackBack
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I would question the wisdom of promoting a website which bundles free mp3s with rhetoric that compares development of tools like QTFairUse to LYNCHING. (Why not genocide, I wonder?)

It seems to be, that in this day and age, downloading music is inherently a political act and to use a site like onlinetonight is to say that one cares ONLY about being able to listen to music without paying for it, not about the diminishing freedoms in the DMCA world promoted by Lawrence.

Posted by: Yuri at December 24, 2003 07:54 AM

I would question the wisdom of promoting a website which bundles free mp3s with rhetoric that compares development of tools like QTFairUse to LYNCHING. (Why not genocide, I wonder?)

It seems to be, that in this day and age, downloading music is inherently a political act and to use a site like onlinetonight is to say that one cares ONLY about being able to listen to music without paying for it, not about the diminishing freedoms in the DMCA world promoted by Lawrence.

Posted by: Yuri at December 24, 2003 07:54 AM

I would question the wisdom of promoting a website which bundles free mp3s with rhetoric that compares development of tools like QTFairUse to LYNCHING. (Why not genocide, I wonder?)

It seems to be, that in this day and age, downloading music is inherently a political act and to use a site like onlinetonight is to say that one cares ONLY about being able to listen to music without paying for it, not about the diminishing freedoms in the DMCA world promoted by Lawrence.

Posted by: Yuri at December 24, 2003 07:54 AM

I think it's an awesome idea - bookmarked. Thanks for the link.

Posted by: Online Music Blog at August 4, 2004 07:24 PM