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December 20, 2005


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Benjamin B. Sargent

Hi Bill, is a site based on exactly the principles Derek Slater discusses. Riffin' [sic] lets users sign up as "Webjockeys" and build annotated playlists. Webjockeys are paid cash when other visitors make song purchases from their playlists. The songs are legal downloads of DRM-wrapped WMA files, and the built-in library includes samples and jewelcase art for 4.3M songs.

Here is what the annotated playlist looks like ("Disco's Alive With Vengeance"):

[note: It's a site I've been involved with, so let me know if I can answer any questions you may have.]

Bill Ives


Thanks for your comment. I am going to look at Riffin and will likely write about it.

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