From: comet (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Aug 06 2000 - 18:44:08 PDT
Tom Whore wrote:
> On Sun, 6 Aug 2000, Dave Winer wrote:
> --]That's what Google is for, imho. Works great. Lyrics to everything is
> --]already on the Web, or almost everything. Dave
> Lyric data is not as rich as it was on the web, not like they used to be.
> Not to the extent there were pre RIAA court cases against Lyric Server and
I just don't get it. I understand wherefrom the RIAA, ASCAP, BMI, Harry
Fox, ad nauseum, comes but once again, it makes no sense a'tall.
Lyrics.ch used to be my Number One bookmark. So it's okay to buy and
listen to a musical performance but it's not okay to READ the lyrics?
The first thing I look for when I crack an lp cover or cd case are
lyrics in the liner notes. Those that give get extra points.
My goal is to encode lyrics in every p2p file I generate.
I'm mad and I'm not gonna take it anymore!
Unnamed Defendant #218
-- Every time I write a rhyme These people think it's a crime To tell 'em what's on my mind. I guess I'm a criminal. -- Marshall Mathers
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