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November 11, 2004

NewburyOpen.net's Boston Music Project

NewburyOpen.net, the free/open WiFi network along Newbury Street that Tech Superpowers sponsors, has a new endeavor called the Boston Music Project. Using iTunes music sharing, anyone with a notebook computer with WiFi will be able to listen to streaming music of Boston bands via servers along Newbury Street. The idea was inspired by the Austin Wireless City Project's collaboration with the South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas. The project's info page mentions that it started broadcasting music in September. That hasn't happened just yet. They need to collect more CDs first. So, if you're in a band, check it out and send them your tunes!

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