Sunday, May 14, 2006
The latest version of the free Morpheus P2P client is tailored to podcast listeners, including one-click subscriptions, subscription management, search and directory, and iTunes integration. Frank Ahrens in the Washington Post gets why this is multilevel-smart: "Adding podcasts means more users, and more users means more ad revenue on the free version of its software. Also, perhaps more importantly: fewer copyright problems. Though podcasts are copyrighted like all music and movies generated by labels and studios, most amateur podcastsers do not forbid distribution of their work." (Emphasis added; and see.)
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