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4.0 (Apr 16, 2003)
This program is listed to work for Windows 95/98/Me/NT/XP/2000 however it only supports WINDOWS XP at this time.
0.722 (Feb 1, 2002)
I love this program... This thing is getting out of hand with AOL. I wish the program would autoupdate just whatever they fixed to work with AOL instead of makinig me download the full version over and over again.
0.722 (Feb 15, 2002 - 3:13 PM)
I work for a large company with a few hundred users. Most of the employees in the building have been using Trillian.
I came up with an idea and from talking to many of the upset folks from around the office I came up with the following idea.
If AOL can block us, whats stopping us from Blocking AOL from us? I am going to put a block on my routers blocking anything from *.aol.com
Two can play at the game, I hope others do the same. I even sent a message at http://www.aol.com/info/feedback.html to let them know 2 can play the game.
0.722 (Mar 15, 2001 - 10:06 AM)
After a week this is the only news they have come up with? I want the OLD Beta News Back (And I am not talking about the old layout)
Come on Wheres the news?
0.722 (Nov 7, 2000 - 11:46 AM)
Does Whistler support ICS Internet Connection Sharing? I just downloaded it from the MSDN from here at work but I have no machines available here to load it on. I figured I would try it at home but I need ICS for my other PC's on my home network.
0.722 (Jul 21, 2000 - 1:28 PM)
Hasn't the industry wised up yet? (dumb question)
If you will remember the Industry did not want home users to have VCR's because they feared people would stop going to the movies, last year (as well as each before it) was a record sales year for movies.
The industry does not want us to have MP3 because they feel they will loose sales of CD's, when actually sales of CD's shattered all sales records.
I use Napster to download new music, if I like to music I go buy the album, its that simple, and I believe manyo thers are doing the same thing.
Napster can ban me all they want, it's easy to reformat and make up a new username. The record industry needs to wiseup big time.
0.722 (Apr 14, 2000 - 11:10 AM)
Last year was supposed to be the year of the MP3. (And maybe it was) but the key point to remember was that last year the recording industry had record sales! (In other words the MP3's didn't have any effect on sales!)
Speaking for myself I have download MANY MP3's most of them however songs that I already owned on Cassette and CD. I don't feel like what I downloaded was in violation of anyones copyright. And the songs I downloaded that I did not own if I liked the song enough I usualy went out and purchased the CD!
The music industry is trying to be the big bullies. I say they should not waste our law enforcement officials time with this crap, there are more crimes I can think of that are more serious then people enjoying music.