If you've been following the technology news lately, you're probably familiar with Napster and the uproar it has created in the music industry. But what sometimes gets lost in the breathless reporting of rebellious music fans vs. entrenched, old-economy recording industry stalwarts is the mini-revolution in computing that the Napster model represents. Napster, for those who aren't familiar with it, is a system for trading music files in a digital format known as MP3. Napster is built around ...

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