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MusicNet

With voice commands!
 
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No more CDs, no more radio. For a (probably astronomical, but what is money?) flat fee every month, get any music you want, whenever you want, in your car, home, computer, or portable device. Simply ask for what you want, and you get it. Playlists can of course be set up and messed around with. If you don't have a specific song or artist in mind, just do a search and have MusicNet play what it finds from your search on "African bongos." Somebody has probably already thought of this, but hey...I'm too lazy to try and find out. Just like I want be too lazy to change a CD or radio station! That is, I want to be able not to have to bother.
Eugene, Mar 18 2003

Careful, though… https://blog.vellum...utm_campaign=buffer
[Ian Tindale, May 06 2016]

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       UMTS will be able to provide this. Initially, the costs to the user will indeed be astronomical, as desired.
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