What's on your iTunes? Dan Fogelberg, really?

Leclair, Lee
April 2008
Inside Tucson Business;4/21/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 46, p16
The article discusses the factors to be considered when using or downloading a software on the Internet. According to the author, one has to be careful even with honest software especially for those who want to use peer-to-peer programs like Limewire and Instant Messaging programs. The author also said that it is important to some documentation and go through the preferences and options menus when using file sharing and peer-to-peer programs.


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