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Look at this person He seems like an average teenager possibly doing homework on his laptop Maybe just simply searching the web Well what if I told you that hes not doing homework because he dropped out of college just recently What if I told you that he is writing code Code for what you might ask This mans name is Shawn Fanning and he is writing code for a new program called Napster Napster is a nickname of his representing his nappy hair under his baseball hat hair that goes without sleep for days He doesnt sleep because he loves the computer and has an excellent revolutionary idea to possibly change the music industry forever Today I am going to inform you about Napster More specifically its early goals and success where it is at now legally and in size and finally what the future holds for Napster Napster is now the worlds largest file sharing community It employs exactly 50 workers The Napster software became incorporated in May of 1999 It was then when Shawn produced its first version of the software That is a 20 beta version with chat features a music player and the allowance of users to share their mp3 libraries MP3 is an audio format that allows users to compress and send music files easily over the Net It was named Download of the Week in it first week on the Net and received 300000 downloads at downloadcom Heres how it works you can simply type a song title or artist in the search bar and Napster as a service will search all libraries of the users logged on The results are organized by speed connection title and length It is best described as a sharing service As the site grew so did the curiosity of record labels and artists alike In early August the site users doubled in size for a period of two weeks It was then
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