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45 Minutes on IM: Angelo Sotira discusses plans to bring the niche artist community site and its now 15 million registered users to the mainstream.
The Web site, a popular destination for artists to share their works, has created a free, HTML5-based drawing program.
The attractive MR-100 does a fine job playing music files, but its poor recording quality, hard-to-use controls, and spotty FM reception and transmission dull its appeal.
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