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posted on Nov, 16 2005 @ 10:17 PM
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maybe so, but its not what they DO cost


I beg to differ.

I get them at yard sales, Salvation Army, Goodwill, etc. for $.25 - $5
I won't pay more. Don't like the new stuff anyway. Cept for Sauron's stuff, and it's a FREE podcast.







posted on Nov, 16 2005 @ 10:19 PM
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1. No

2. not applicable

3. I will spend around 15 to 17 dollars for a good cd

4. yes

5. yes

6. no

7. no

8. no



posted on Nov, 16 2005 @ 10:30 PM
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Originally posted by makeitso


maybe so, but its not what they DO cost


I beg to differ.

I get them at yard sales, Salvation Army, Goodwill, etc. for $.25 - $5
I won't pay more. Don't like the new stuff anyway. Cept for Sauron's stuff, and it's a FREE podcast.



yard sales and charitable organizations are hardly a standard for comparison...
i mean come on, you walk into a standard music store and the average price for a full length, new CD is going to be $10+
and even that is cheap.



posted on Nov, 16 2005 @ 10:31 PM
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1) Yes
2) Yes
3) $10
4) Yes
5) No
6) No
7) No
8) No

Happy to help



posted on Nov, 16 2005 @ 11:27 PM
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1. Have you heard of Gnutella? - No

2. If yes, do you know how it works? - No

3. At what price point would you purchase a music cd? - I would only purchase if Limited edition - hard to get etc, or $30 for a gift.

4. Has the availability of file-sharing reduced the amount of cds you purchase? - Yes

5. Would you buy a cd if it had copy protection on it? - For a gift

6. Would pop-up warnings about piracy prosecution dissuade you from using file-sharing? - no

7. Does the fear of prosecution keep you from using file-sharing? - no

8. Do you personally know anyone who has gotten into trouble for file-sharing? - no



posted on Nov, 17 2005 @ 12:51 AM
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. Have you heard of Gnutella? No

2. If yes, do you know how it works? Yes - understand other types, hadnt heard of this one

3. At what price point would you purchase a music cd? $10

4. Has the availability of file-sharing reduced the amount of cds you purchase? No (didn't buy many CD's before it became available)

5. Would you buy a cd if it had copy protection on it? yes

6. Would pop-up warnings about piracy prosecution dissuade you from using file-sharing? no

7. Does the fear of prosecution keep you from using file-sharing? no

8. Do you personally know anyone who has gotten into trouble for file-sharing? no



posted on Nov, 17 2005 @ 12:53 AM
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#1 - Yes.
#2 - Yes.
#3 - £5.
#4 - No.
#5 - Yes.
#6 - No.
#7 - No.
#8 - No.

Hope this helps.................. Good luck , Oh someones at the door.......brb..........................................................................



posted on Nov, 17 2005 @ 07:09 AM
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Thanks all, I really appreciate it.


Please feel free to keep answering...as I'll close it later tonight to grab all the numbers....thanks again!



posted on Nov, 17 2005 @ 07:34 AM
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1) Yes
2) No
3) £5
4) No
5) Yes
6) No
7) No
8) No




posted on Nov, 17 2005 @ 07:41 AM
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1. Yes, I have.

2. I kind of understand it, not completely though.

3. $16 is as high as I will go upon purchasing a CD.

4. Certainly has. I know longer have to put up a chunck of money for a song or two.

5. Possibly, but most likely I wouldn't.

6. No. I would still share-files.

7. It keeps me from downloading alot at one time.

8. Nope. No one I know has been in trouble yet.

Hope this helps Gaz.



posted on Nov, 17 2005 @ 08:06 AM
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Originally posted by Gazrok
SURVEY

1. Have you heard of Gnutella? (yes/no)

2. If yes, do you know how it works? (yes/no/not applicable)

3. At what price point would you purchase a music cd? (example, $6, $10, etc.)

4. Has the availability of file-sharing reduced the amount of cds you purchase? (yes/no)

5. Would you buy a cd if it had copy protection on it? (yes/no)

6. Would pop-up warnings about piracy prosecution dissuade you from using file-sharing? (yes/no)

7. Does the fear of prosecution keep you from using file-sharing? (yes/no)

8. Do you personally know anyone who has gotten into trouble for file-sharing? (yes/no)


1- No.
2- N/A
3- $12
4- No.
5- Yes.
6- No.
7- No.
8- No.



posted on Nov, 17 2005 @ 08:20 AM
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1. Have you heard of Gnutella? No

2. If yes, do you know how it works? N/A

3. At what price point would you purchase a music cd? $10

4. Has the availability of file-sharing reduced the amount of cds you purchase? No

5. Would you buy a cd if it had copy protection on it? Yes

6. Would pop-up warnings about piracy prosecution dissuade you from using file-sharing? No

7. Does the fear of prosecution keep you from using file-sharing? No

8. Do you personally know anyone who has gotten into trouble for file-sharing? No



posted on Nov, 17 2005 @ 11:02 AM
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SURVEY

1. Have you heard of Gnutella? (yes/no) NO

2. If yes, do you know how it works? (yes/no/not applicable) NA

3. At what price point would you purchase a music cd? (example, $6, $10, etc.) $12

4. Has the availability of file-sharing reduced the amount of cds you purchase? (yes/no) NO

5. Would you buy a cd if it had copy protection on it? (yes/no) YES

6. Would pop-up warnings about piracy prosecution dissuade you from using file-sharing? (yes/no) NO (see below)

7. Does the fear of prosecution keep you from using file-sharing? (yes/no) NO (see below)

8. Do you personally know anyone who has gotten into trouble for file-sharing? (yes/no) NO

Just to clarify (because some of my answers might be deceptive) I am against 'file sharing' and I have never done it. It's not pop-up warnings or fear of prosecution that keeps me from doing it, I think it's morally wrong. It's the same as theft to me.




posted on Nov, 17 2005 @ 12:20 PM
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1. Have you heard of Gnutella? (yes/no) YES - similar to Napster

2. If yes, do you know how it works? (yes/no/not applicable) YES - it works peer to peer vs. a central server (which is what screwed Napster)

3. At what price point would you purchase a music cd? (example, $6, $10, etc.) $10 is a fair price, more than that is too much imho

4. Has the availability of file-sharing reduced the amount of cds you purchase? (yes/no) NO - I like owning the cover art, etc.

5. Would you buy a cd if it had copy protection on it? (yes/no) YES - same reason as above.

6. Would pop-up warnings about piracy prosecution dissuade you from using file-sharing? (yes/no) NO - Boogy Man tactics....

7. Does the fear of prosecution keep you from using file-sharing? (yes/no) NO - There is legal file-sharing too...

8. Do you personally know anyone who has gotten into trouble for file-sharing? (yes/no) NO - not personally....



posted on Nov, 17 2005 @ 01:33 PM
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Originally posted by Gazrok
1. Have you heard of Gnutella? (yes/no)


No.



2. If yes, do you know how it works? (yes/no/not applicable)


N/A



3. At what price point would you purchase a music cd? (example, $6, $10, etc.)


£16


4. Has the availability of file-sharing reduced the amount of cds you purchase? (yes/no)


No


5. Would you buy a cd if it had copy protection on it? (yes/no)


Yes


6. Would pop-up warnings about piracy prosecution dissuade you from using file-sharing? (yes/no)


No


7. Does the fear of prosecution keep you from using file-sharing? (yes/no)


No


8. Do you personally know anyone who has gotten into trouble for file-sharing? (yes/no)


No

Hope it's of help.



Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
Just to clarify (because some of my answers might be deceptive) I am against 'file sharing' and I have never done it. It's not pop-up warnings or fear of prosecution that keeps me from doing it, I think it's morally wrong. It's the same as theft to me.


Agreed.

[edit on 17-11-2005 by shorty]



posted on Nov, 17 2005 @ 08:40 PM
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Thanks all! That gives me what I need!



posted on Nov, 18 2005 @ 11:44 AM
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Originally posted by Gazrok
1. yes
2. yes

3. $15

4. no

5. (depends on the copy protection. I've had to deal with copy protected software and licensing and so forth, so it doesn't bug me that much.)

6. no

7. no (note: I don't file share at all. I've been tempted, but I only dl stuff that's put up there by the original artist.)

8. no



posted on Nov, 18 2005 @ 12:10 PM
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Originally posted by Gazrok
SURVEY

1. Have you heard of Gnutella? (yes/no)

2. If yes, do you know how it works? (yes/no/not applicable)

3. At what price point would you purchase a music cd? (example, $6, $10, etc.)

4. Has the availability of file-sharing reduced the amount of cds you purchase? (yes/no)

5. Would you buy a cd if it had copy protection on it? (yes/no)

6. Would pop-up warnings about piracy prosecution dissuade you from using file-sharing? (yes/no)

7. Does the fear of prosecution keep you from using file-sharing? (yes/no)

8. Do you personally know anyone who has gotten into trouble for file-sharing? (yes/no)


1) Yes

2) Yes (no need to explain, others have done that above already
)

3) Between $6 & $10... 10 being newer stuff, around 5/6 for older stuff

4) Yes

5) Yes (except not those evil Sony Rootkit CDs)

6) No

7) No

8) Personally, no. I HAVE gotten 2 warning letters from my ISP concerning movies, though. I have stopped since.

(Don't rat me out!
)

{STAY COOL)
-prophetmike

[edit on 11/18/05 by prophetmike]



posted on Nov, 18 2005 @ 02:13 PM
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Here is my reply to your survey

1. yes

2. yes

3. $10 - $15

4. No

5. Yes

6. No

7. No

8. Yes



It would be nice if you were to reveal the results of your survey.
I would think that there are many ATS/BTS members who would agree
with me



posted on Nov, 18 2005 @ 02:31 PM
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1. Yes.

2. You connect to a network of users who are all connected to eachother.
The users, called nodes, use the client to connect to other nodes and so on and so on. Using a Gnutella client you can search through the shared files of these users.

3. $0.
I wont buy a cd. Since 1998 I've probably bought 5 cds. I would prefer to purchace per-song on-line. $1 I think is a good price for each song.

4. No. I don't buy CDs because I don't want to listen to all the filler songs that are thrown on it.

5. No. See above.

6. P2P downloading is legal in Canada I don't have to worry about that.

7. No, but the viruses that are on the Gnutella network does.

8. No. But I used to have friends who had thier severs shut down in the old Napster days.





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