DTNS 2902 – It Runs on People!

Logo by Mustafa Anabtawi thepolarcat.comGoogle Music redesigns, but does it have a chance of even denting Spotify? Veronica Belmont and Tom Merritt discuss why we use the streaming services we do.


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2 thoughts on “DTNS 2902 – It Runs on People!

  1. Hey Tom You know what is the one killer feature for me in a music service, “This service IS available in your country”. As a Google fanboy, as much as it pains me to admit it, Apple has been the only one who has it together and all its music services are available in more places than any other service I know. I hate that I have to jump through hoops and literally break the TOS of other services to get to access it in my country.


  2. Samsung was making cars but hit by the Asian financial crisis.
    “The company started selling cars in 1998, just before South Korea was hit by the Asian financial crisis. In September 2000, it became a subsidiary of Renault and adopted its present name, although Samsung maintained a minority ownership.”

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