__/ [ Colin Day ] on Friday 12 May 2006 17:57 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> __/ [ Colin Day ] on Thursday 11 May 2006 23:17 \__
>>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>>> __/ [ John A. Bailo ] on Thursday 11 May 2006 19:52 \__
>>>>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>>>>> You just need to install the Packman multimedia RPM. It's a matter of
>>>>>> spending a couple minutes downloading and clicking on 'stuff'. Rids
>>>>>> you *and* Novell from the hassle of legal concerns.
>>>> Oh, come on, just click the friggin' link and YaST will lead you through
>>>> that Next->Next->Finish belt-and-braces-exercise. It's not as though
>>>> Windos Media Player requires no codecs such as DivX (which by the way
>>>> offer superiot compression ).
>>> I took him as meaning "ARGGGGGGHHH" in the sense of pirate speak,
>>> not in the sense of exasperation.
>> Pirate speak? But he's in the process of migrating fully to Linux? Thus,
>> he /ceases/ to be a pirate. *wink*
>> Best wishes,
> But you mentioned multimedia codecs. No chance for piracy there. :-)
> Colin Day
This reminds me of an article that makes the round today :
'iPod users steal music' - Real boss
Real Networks CEO Rob Glaser thinks iPod users are stealing music.
,----[ Quote ]
>Speaking with The Guardian, he said: "If you want interoperable music today,
| there is a very easy solution: it's called stealing. The average number of
| songs sold for the iPod is 25, and there are many more songs on iPods than
| 25. About half the music on iPods is music obtained illegitimately either
| from an illegal peer-to-peer networks or from ripping friends' CDs, which
| is illegal," he claimed.
John hates the iPod though. I believe he is a Rhapsody/non-iPod man.
 Sorry *bashful smile*, but there's more to me than just articles. *stupid