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Wired: De La Soul Drops BitTorrent Mixtape Bundle


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SXSW Elevator Pitch Sessions - March 11 at the Hilton Austin from 12:30 PM- 1:30 PM - with the one and only BRIAN ZISK


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Evolver.fm - Essential Apps for Hip-Hop fans #Jukely


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JamBandit by Recombinant - very fun, very cool


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Amazing Emi Sunshine, singing in the sunshine.  


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TechCrunch: Boombotix Gets $4mm, plans to take over the planet!!

Congrats to the Boombotix crew!


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Time: Beats Music Streaming

Can hardly wait to try this out!


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Moonalice: Great interview with Roger McNamee and Gibson Guitar CEO Henry Juszkiewicz


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Pando: Live in 10 cities, Techstars grad Jukely closes seed round for concert promotion app


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Bohemian Guitars football can is a trip.  Can’t wait to hear this one!
Dorsett. Harris. which Rams player is that?
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PBS from the 70’s Roy Buchanan, Greatest Unknown Guitarist In The World

Takes a special type to make a Telecaster sing like that…


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Congrats to Jukely - App of the Year & Midem Finalist


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Planning the festival route for 2014, came across the Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, NV.  See you there.


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SV Rocks - December 12


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OPUS 1.1 Update and some great demos

It’s worth mentioning surround encoding improvements in 1.1, partly because quite a few people are unaware that Opus even supports surround audio. It does— up to 255 channels, same as Vorbis. Also similar to the early Vorbis releases, surround encoding in Opus 1.0 was mostly untuned. The quality was good, but it was not particularly efficient.

The 1.1 release includes several simple but significant surround encoding upgrades, mostly involving smarter use of bit allocation.