Music sharing as a computer supported collaborative application

@inproceedings{Brown2001MusicSA,
  title={Music sharing as a computer supported collaborative application},
  author={Barry A. T. Brown and Abigail Sellen and Erik Geelhoed},
  booktitle={ECSCW},
  year={2001}
}
New computer applications, such as the infamous “Napster” system enable the sharing of music over the Internet, with limited communication around this sharing activity. This paper discusses the use and opportunities for these music sharing technologies using interviews with users of both conventional and new music sharing technologies. The data show that music sharing is a practice that is richly linked with other social activities. New music is often discovered through friends, by listening to… CONTINUE READING

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