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Tech Thursday – Walmart Online Music Store Goes Bye-Bye

After 8 years and thousands and thousands of songs sold, Walmart has succumbed to the power of the number 1 and 2 online music retailers in the world. They announced that on August 28th, 2011, they will start the process of closing down the online store. But if you bought music from Walmart's online store, there you're not 100% out in the cold.

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Steve Jobs Introduces iCloud Storage System At Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference
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Tech Tuesday – Apple Announces iCloud

Yesterday was the start of Apple's World Wide Developer Conference, where software developers for the Mac converge on San Fransisco, to discuss their projects with Apple engineers to get help as well as tweak software for the Mac and iOS platforms. It is also usually a day when Apple announces something new, and sure enough, they did.

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Screenshot of Google's Music Beta/Rich Lawrence
Screenshot of Google's Music Beta/Rich Lawrence
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Tech Thursday – Google’s Music Locker Launches Without Record Labels

A month ago, I did a story about Amazon's Cloud Player that lets you upload music from your music library on your computer so you can access it from any WiFI or 3G connection. Google has now started it's cloud music service, and in Google fashion it's in limted beta to start, but unlike Amazon, is launching without licensing permission from the labels.

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Amazon MP3 Store Logo/Courtesy of Amazon
Amazon MP3 Store Logo/Courtesy of Amazon
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Tech Thursday – Music from the Cloud by Amazon

There’s an old adage that “Everything old is new again.” Take a look at fashion and the reboots of TV shows and movies. It almost like we’re all stuck in a rut for a good new idea. Amazon now seems to be in that group too with their Cloud Drive service.

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Scott Weiland Has New Book

Scott Weiland writes that in the early 1990's, it was Stone Temple Pilots-not U2, not Nirvana, not Pearl Jam- was the hottest band in the world.  He's got a book titled Not Dead & Not For Sale: A Memoir coming out May 17th.

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What Do Men Think About Besides Sex?

The answer, nothing!  A new book reveals the truth and ladies you may not like it.

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