On Wed, 2014-02-05 at 13:51 +0100, Arve Barsnes wrote:
> Unfortunately bandcamp is hands down the best place to put your music,
No, I won't. They e.g. use Google Analytics. If they want to do
marketing research or for what ever this should be "good" for, why don't
they use e.g. Pwik Analytics?
I'm not the punk-rock pope. People should do whatever they like, but I
guess it's unlikely that people from my generation, born in 1966, IOW
80s punk-rock children, will care about rock'n'roll released on such
JFTR I'm not a fan of google-chrome-stable, but it IMO is a better
choice than flashplayer, just in case there should be the need to visit
a site that requires flashplayer, perhaps a government agency or
something like that. By having Chrome installed and not flashplayer,
other web browsers aren't affected by a flashplayer install.
Again, I don't judge people using what ever they want, people just
should stop wining about offended data protection, capitalism, Babylon,
if they participate on their own choice, while there absolutely is no
need to do it.
Assumed there shouldn't be a "good" platform to share music. Is there
really the need to share music by the Internet?
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