From: Tom Whore (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Oct 24 2000 - 20:59:59 PDT
On Tue, 24 Oct 2000, Adam Rifkin wrote:
--] > What makes Napster different is that it's drop-dead simple to use.
--] > Its interface isn't pretty, but it achieves that magic resonance with
--] > user expectations that marks the most revolutionary software developments.
--] > You can understand the legal implications by reading about it,
--] > but you can't truly "get it" until you've tried Napster yourself.
--] > From VisiCalc to the Macintosh to Mosaic to the Palm,
--] > great software advances have always had that impossible-to-articulate
--] > The problems with Napster's architecture, while real, are tolerated
--] > by users because of the nature of the data being shared:
Yep he gets it alright. But dont tell the p2pprenuers...we need some one
to laugh out and they are definetly the place fro the next round
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