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Jukebox is reborn for the Internet age

Makers turn to broadband and wireless technology

By Chris Reidy
Globe Staff / January 3, 2005

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The Internet has changed the way people listen to music in their personal space. (Think iPod and other portable music players.) Now, it's also changing the way people listen to music in public places, such as restaurants and bars. (Full article: 1361 words)

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