Open Source Radio

An interview with Wild Bill Goldsmith of KPIG and Radio Paradise.
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Doc Searls is Senior Editor of Linux Journal

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Re: Linux for Suits: Open Source Radio

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Hi, does anyone have a contact email for Bill.

Re: Linux for Suits: Open Source Radio

Anonymous's picture

It's on his website:

http://www.radioparadise.com

:D

Take special note of the pending plight of independent Internet broadcasting.

Re: Linux for Suits: Open Source Radio

Anonymous's picture

from the radioparadise website:

bill@radioparadise.com

Re: Linux for Suits: Open Source Radio

Anonymous's picture

Maybe this only makes sense to me but the analogy popped into my head and won't dislodge itself.

I see Bill Goldsmith as a protector of the global public interest - like the WWII era heroes who kept precious works of art from becoming NAZI spoils of war. With folks like Goldsmith leading the Resistance, perhaps we will never hear the sickening cry of "RIAA

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