Friday, August 10, 2007
The music industry giant, Universal Music Group (UMG) has taken a bold step to sell all of its top music brands without DRM in a trial set to run from August 21 until early next year.
"Universal Music Group is committed to exploring new ways to expand the availability of our artists' music online, while offering consumers the most choice in how and where they purchase and enjoy our music," Says Doug Morris, UMG's Chairman and CEO.
Apple left out
One notable omission from the list of stores able to sell the 99c DRM free tracks is Apple's iTunes. It appears to be part of the ongoing bitter negotiation between UMG and Steve Jobs regarding pricing, exclusivity and other issues. UMG have recently threatened to cancel iTunes license altogether if an agreement can't be reached.
Thursday, August 9, 2007
Thursday, August 2, 2007
MC Escher's famous Waterfall comes alive in both 3d and in Lego!
Also find out how mathematicians reconstructed Escher's "Prentententoonstelling" by modelling the same mathematics on computer that he used to create the artwork by hand in 1956.
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