Tuesday, July 23, 2002

NETWORK HEAVEN: Having done a fair bit to drive sales of computers, music is again going to be pressed into battle to bring home networks into the 'must have' part of the cash-rich's Venn Diagram. Having worked out that nobody is going to waste thousands in order to be able to switch a coffee pot on from their bedroom (that, after all, is what timeswitches do for a fiver) the Atlanta Journal-Constitution is reporting that consumer interest is being tempted by the prospect of getting those MP3s off the hard drive and into the bedroom. Of course, that's assuming the record industry don't stifle the interest at birth by fulminating that playing a track in two rooms at once constitutes some sort of theft and will ensure that Madonna starves forever.


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