This paper explores the status of Internet audio with regard to consumer demand, problems, and opportunities as more homes link up to the Internet via plain old telephone services (POTS). Topics discussed include: What public domain tools and mechanisms are available? What needs have yet to be satisfied? How will digital audio, down-loadable samples, VRML, and MIDI converge in consumer online applications?
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