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Rathbone, Andy. 1999. MP3 for Dummies. Foster City, CA: IDG Books Worldwide.
Fifteen MP3.com artists, identities withheld, interviewed by author, e-mail correspondence, March-April 2001.
Seventeen Napster participants, identities withheld, interviewed by author, e-mail correspondence, March-April 2001.
Internet Articles and Essays:
Borland, John. “Judge lets Napster live despite injunction,” CNET.com, 6 March 2001,
Follmer, Golo. “Soft Music,” Crossfade
Fontenay, Eric. “SDMI: Boom or Bust for the Music Industry?” Taggin.com, July 1999,
Greenman, Ben. “Interview with The Artist,” Yahoo Internet Life, October 1997,
Oteri, Frank J. “New Albion,” (Interview with Foster Reed) NewMusicBox, June 1999,
Raes, Godfried-Willem. “The Absurdity of Copyright,” Logos Foundation,
Rosenberg, Scott. “Why the music industry has nothing to celebrate,” Salon, 27 July 2000
Bathory-Kitsz, Dennis, of the Kalvos and Damian Show, interview by author, email correspondence, 11 March 2001.
Blackburn, Philip, innova records, interview by author, email correspondence, 5 April 2001.
Bradley, Steve, DJ of “art @ radio” show on WMBC, 18 March 2001.
Chadabe, Joel, Managing Director of CDe Music, interview by author, email correspondence, 14 March 2001.
Conley, Brian, Marketing Director, Composers Recordings, Inc./CRI, interview by author, email correspondence, 6 April 2001.
DeLaurenti, Christopher. DJ of “Sonic Stratosphere” show on KSER, interview by author, email correspondence, 16 March 2001.
Freedman, Ken, Program Director, WFMU, interview by author, email correspondence, 11 and 21 March 2001.
G, Kenny, DJ of “Unpopular Music with Kenny G” on WFMU, interview by author, email correspondence, 11 March 2001.
Goebel, Johannes. Director of the Institute for Music and Acoustics, Zentrum fuer Kunst und Medientechnologie, interview by author, handwritten notes, Karlsruhe, Germany, 13 February 2001.
Iber, Michael. Composer, interview by author, email correspondence, 21 March 2001.
K.S., representative of Tzadik records, interview by author, email correspondence, 14 March 2001.
Kolmar, Doug, composer, interview by author, email correspondence, 7 March 2001.
Levy, Herb, DJ of the “Mappings Show” on Antennae Radio, interview by author, email correspondence, 13 March 2001.
Linde, Henri, Thomson Multi-Media, interview by author, email correspondence, 14 January 2001.
Marotta, Paul, Managing Director of New World Records, interview by author, email correspondence, 19 April 2001.
Reed, Foster, Founder and President of New Albion Records, interview by author, email correspondence, 19 April 2001.
Richard, Ferdinand. Director of A.M.I. (Aide aux Musiques Innovatrices), interview by author, handwritten notes, Darmstadt, Germany, 8 April 2001.
Schmitt, Davey. DJ of the “Le Vide” show on Antennae Radio, interview by author, email correspondence, 12 March 2001.
SDMI Secretariat, interview by author, email correspondence, 29 March 2001.
Stagnaro, Guilluame, Internet artist, interview by author, cassette tape transcription, Karlsruhe, Germany, 1 March 2001.
Stone, Carl. DJ of “Ears Wide Open” show on KPFA, interview by author, email correspondence, 12 March 2001.
Z, Pamela, composer, interview by author, e-mail correspondence, 28-29 March and 4 April 2001.
Gann, Kyle. “Streamlining Chaos,” The Village Voice, New York City, 12-18 April 2000.
Glaser, Jonathan D. “Hemming In the World Wide Web,” The New York Times, 7 January 2001.
Holson, Laura M. “Which Direction for Digital Music?” The New York Times, 20 November 2000.
Simon, Clea. “Niche Radio Finds Its Footing on the Internet,” The New York Times, October 9, 2000.
Strauss, Neil. “The MP3 Revolution: Getting With It.” The New York Times, 18 July 1999.
Richtel, Matt and Sara Robinson. “Ear Training: A Digital Music Primer,” The New York Times, 19 July 1999.
Angry Coffee Artists Encoded with Vorbis
Composers Recordings, Inc. (CRI)
Duckworth, William. Cathedral
earsay BITCAST netcast Internet radio listening schedule
The Electronic Frontier Foundation
Felten, Edward W. Associate Professor of Computer Science, Princeton University, SDMI Challenge FAQ
Fraunhofer IIS-A – AMM – Layer-3 Info
Fraunhofer IIS-A, brief history and explanation of MP3
Iber, Michael, “Internet GEnerated Radio”
International Federation of Phonographic Industries
ISO Standards Development Site
Kalvos and Damian’s New Music Bazaar
KPFA – programs – schedule
National Music Publishers Association
New Albion Records
New World Records
Recording Industry Association of America
SDMI home page
Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act
Tanaka, Atau. MP3q
WFMU [91.1 FM, Jersey City, NJ & 90.1 FM, Hudson Valley, NY]