We've had the same problem with Wal-Mart. My wife took our daughter's senior pictures with a Kodak point and shoot, and Walmart didn't want to print the images for us because we couldn't prove we had the copyright on the photos we took. They eventually did, after I showed them the metadata showing that it was indeed a Kodak that they had in stock, and convinced them that no professional photographer would be using that to take pictures for sale.
I'm using version 9 (although Yahoo and some other sites keep telling me I need to upgrade to 8!) I've tried compatibility mode with no luck. It does work with Firefox and Chrome; I just never have been a huge fan of those even after using each for several months. But even if I use turntable.fm with those, the plurality of users (and possibly the majority of facebook users) probably use some version of IE. The problem may be something unique to my system, but I have not found a place to report it as an issue (and the forum post I tried just turned to an IE bash, with nothing useful).
At work we just finally upgrade to IE7 last year, so i guess no Google+ for me there. :) (As iff our web filter would let that pass anyway!)
As Mike noted, turntable.fm is buggy. I have not used it enough yet to enjoy it, because I cannot get it to work with my browser of choice (which happens to be the browser with the largest market share, even if it is still in vogue to bash the browser, its company, and its users).
According to the Kansas City Star, Sen. Jane Cunningham, who sponsored the bill, said "If social media are a pathway to sexual misconduct — which we have found that they are — then eventually (this law) is going to stop the whole problem."
It scares the hell out of me that one of my legislators has her head so far in the sand that she thinks addressing this single supposed "pathway" is truly going to eliminate inappropriate teacher-student sexual relationships.
Re: Leave it to the illiterate hicks in Missouri...
"Missouri's legislators should probably stick to what they know best: supporting institutional racism and bigotry."
Show links or admit you made this up. Missouri's legislators have made a lot of poor decisions in the last few years, including overturning the will of the voters on some laws and skating on some incredibly thin ethical ice on some issues, but I can't find a single instance of what you claim.
The choices in the Netflix streaming catalog are not nearly as numerous or as current as their DVD offerings. If the catalogs were identical, I would believe it, and I would drop the DVD portion in a heartbeat (or as soon as I could convince my wife to, since the account is actually in her name). Although I then would not be able to watch movies/shows in my bedroom, since there is not a computer or any streaming device in there.
Dammit, none of my lame-ass music hating commie pinko facebook friends have this! Neither do any of my cool music loving God-fearing gun-toting rock star musician friends, so I can't get in on all the turntable.fm lovin'.
I agree 100% with the statement "If it was Diet Coke or something instead of music, you’d pay me to mention your product."
This is what has always confused me about rhythm games - shouldn't the music copyright holders have been paying the game developers for using the music to further interest in the songs, rather than the other way around?
that Mr. Bon Jovi has never sat down and actually listened to his albums all the way through. I used to force myself to listen to every song on a new cassette at least once, so I would know which ones to skip using music search or my own mixtapes. I heard "King of the Mountain" and "(I Don't Wanna Fall)To the Fire" from 7800° Fahrenheit voluntarily exactly once.
"But all of the business models you bring up tend to depend on it continuing."
Not true at all - the business models he brings up tend to be ways for content creators to make money DESPITE content users continuing unauthorized downloads. If unauthorized downloading suddenly and miraculously ceased tomorrow, connecting with fans and giving them a reason to buy would still make the content creators money.
By the way, labels don't make high quality music - musicians do. If you work for a label, I hope that doesn't hurt your feelings.