EFF revises DRM-guide to include Magnatune
The EFF's recent guide on DRM has garnered a lot of interest on the Internet recently. When slashdot mentioned the guide, quite a few Magnatune fans chimed in to complain that Magnatune wasn't mentioned as a DRM-free alternative. I did hear via email from quite a few outraged Magnatune customers, who said they were writing the EFF to have us included. Evidently, their emails worked!
Now, the EFF has revised their DRM guide, and put a big call-out box at the top to DRM-free music stores, with Magnatune right there. Since I admire all the other sites on the list, I'm quite pleased to be there.
Posted by John Buckman on September 21, 2005 at 02:10 AM | Permalink
I can't get the Magnatune website to work at all (from the UK). Seemed to be working while I was at work this afternoon, but it was just dead this evening - as yesterday evening. I want to buy something. Is there no back-up server or whatever? Has it crashed for everybody?
Posted by: Robert Cowley at Sep 21, 2005 1:24:02 PM
I can't get the Magnatune website to work at all (from the UK)
The site is definitely up, as I'm in the UK as well, and can access it fine. However, I used to have this same problem when I was using a different ADSL provider in the UK -- it seemed that in the evening, people used their internet connections more and this internet provider had bad connections to the USA.
Posted by: John Buckman at Sep 21, 2005 2:29:37 PM
I've noticed that thers nobody that is from USA? Very nice websie though
Posted by: Renea at Mar 21, 2006 11:18:15 AM