Wednesday, September 26, 2007

FIQL Avoids Copyright Trap Through Music Videos

Techcrunch writes about Social Music site FIQL:

FIQL is a nice niche social network focused on music playlists. Users upload, categorize and share their playlists with others. People who view the playlists can buy songs through links to iTunes and other music services. But for the most part they can’t simply listen to the songs online, other than through somewhat cumbersome links to Napster and Rhapsody, which allow people to listen to songs for free with certain restrictions.

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