I was browsing the web tonight and came across an article from the San Francisco Gate, a sponsor of the SF Chronicle. Click here

Basically, it states that radio stations will eventually send digital signals to radios; not anytime soon most likely except for the well funded radio stations. An example of a current digital radio station is XM Satellite Radio. So let’s hypothetically speak here.

What if radios sent digital, CD-quality music to your radio. Many stations play the song in its entirety. And so you decide to record the songs from the radio and onto a tape (or your computer) to convert to an mp3. You basically did the exact same thing as downloading the mp3 except it was offered free from the radio.

So what’s my point? I like the mp3 revolution that has taken place. Consumers are starting to realize that they’ve been suckered for the past 10 years. They were buying extremely expensive CDs which the artist sees barely a buck from the CD, and less of this money is even profit until they break even from their insanely high production costs.

Has 5 years of school paid off for me? I couldn’t have stated myself very well here if I hadn’t learned something. :D

So here’s a new website. :D Lots of changes are probably in store as I get feedback. Right now, I have my bulletin board permissions set for registered users only. I’m doing this so that I know who’s been visiting, I don’t get bad messages from people, and I can maintain some stability and functionality for everyone who posts. It’s not to invade anyone’s privacy because I won’t stand for that. Everyone who registers won’t be subjected to any unwanted e-mails. And remember, you can hide your e-mail address from everyone. So go ahead and register and post whatchu want. It’ll be fun and I can’t wait until more people sign up

By the way, remember to register your birthday when you sign up! It’ll help me remember because I’m so bad at it.

This is my new website and hopefully, assuming I’m not too lazy about it, I’ll have lots of cool updates, random pictures, bulletin boards to write on, whatever I can think of. I finally got ahold of my domain asuh.com after about 5 years of desiring it. What you’re reading now is a web journal type feature and I can update this whenever I want. To your right, you should see many links to different websites. The list is progressive so please feel free to give me your personal website for me to link to. I hope you enjoy your stay!