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Re: sharing/storing music, mybloops quick review Was: Re: [newtech-1] hello from drop.io

From: Whitney M.
Sent on: Wednesday, November 7, 2007 12:42 PM
I've never used it, but what you're describing sounds a lot like the way 
mp3tunes.com markets itself.  Can't speak for how well it actually 
works, but I think that they're at least trying to offer what you're 
looking for.  Anybody have firsthand experience to relate?

- Whit

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Viktor Tron wrote:
>
> All in all, I wish I could transfer my music library via ftp, or 
> upload tar files
> or even better, there would be an app syncing my itunes library with 
> the site.
> I would totally use it maybe even tolerate ads via the embedded player.
> I would even buy this. But it has to be password protected for 
> copyright, right?
>
> Does anything like this exist? Does anyone know of similar services?
> last.fm is the one that comes to mind.
>
> Best
> Viktor
>

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