Monday, May 09, 2005

The Seattle Times: Business & Technology: File-sharing site poised for "revolution"

The Seattle Times: Business & Technology: File-sharing site poised for "revolution": "Mike Homer sees the future of public broadcasting, and it's on the Internet.
Or rather, it is the Internet.
Homer and erstwhile Netscape wunderkind Marc Andreessen are using file-sharing technology to distribute audio and video files for free online. Unlike Kazaa and other popular 'peer to peer' programs, however, the Open Media Network allows only authorized sharing and weeds out bootlegged goods. "
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