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Is Microsoft Censoring Windows 7 Tweets?

Intrigued to see that Microsoft has turned a page of its website over to “What people are saying about Windows 7”: The page is designed a bit like twittefall: a cascade of seeminlgy “live” tweets (their dates and times of posting cleverly removed from the cascade.) Amazingly, 99% of the comments are positive, or at least neutral: So I thought I would check to see whether the feed has some filtering. The feed seems to include comments going back several days (the one above is six days old), so I thought it fair to search over that same period. A more nuanced picture emerges. “Windows7Continue readingIs Microsoft Censoring Windows 7 Tweets?

News: Software turns iTunes Into MP3 Downloader

 Sometimes I wonder whether it’s ever going to be possible to produce a watertight way of limiting access to digital music. Take Apple’s very popular iTunes, for example. CNET reports that an independent software developer has created a program that lets users of iTunes for Windows grab song files from other people on a computer network, using a streaming feature already available in iTunes. The MyTunes software fits neatly into iTunes and, unlike Apple’s software which makes no permanent copy of the song, captures that “stream” of music, making a copy that can be burned to a CD, uploaded to the Net or streamed toContinue readingNews: Software turns iTunes Into MP3 Downloader

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