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MandolinPaul Napster (72* d) Napster 28 Jul 00

I'm surprised there isn't a thread about this already. Here's a statement from Napster's homepage:
How You Can Support Napster

Thanks for being a member of the Napster community and for the support you have shown. As you have probably heard, the RIAA won a court battle this week that may keep you from using Napster to share music files as of Friday at midnight Pacific time. Please keep using Napster between now and then. We'll know more about the potential shutdown shortly, and we'll keep you informed.

We're getting a lot of questions about what people can do to help. Here are three things you can do right away.

1. Write the heads of the major record companies and tell them you are their best customers - loyal and active music fans -- and that you don't want them to kill Napster. Here's a link to their emails.

2. Show the companies your power. We're calling for a two-day "buy-cott" this weekend. Support the artists who support Napster by going out and buying their CDs. Click here for a list. Be sure to let the record store know you came from Napster.

3. Keep coming back. We'll keep you informed as time goes onů.

My main question is: What does midnight in pacific time convert to in Mudcat time?


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