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I’ve got to admit that when I first saw this MP3Mystic product I laughed out loud. How much did it cost Messrs Robertson and co to build my.MP3.com? This is basically a cut down MP3 server which you can use to broadcast your MP3 music collection to anywhere you are located as long as you have a browser and net connection.

So you set up your PC with your MP3 music collection on it, fire up this software before you leave home, and bingo, you’ve got access to your music wherever – just use the nearest Web browser to surf to your PC remotely. Get the idea? It’s a very cool idea and could really take off once broadband, always on systems are the norm in the home.

Red – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


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