From: Norman J. Jacknis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Sep 17 1999 - 13:49:29 EDT
I found this to be an interesting article on yet another impact of the Internet.
On the Internet, lifting the velvet ropes
The Internet reinvigorates live music venues by
turning each into a possible global distribution site
for entertainment programming.
"On a recent Friday, Jamie Clark and two friends
stayed up late doing what many young urbanites do for
fun: drink beer, watch a mesmerizing light show and
listen to the furious beats of nightclub music mixed
by a popular DJ. When he was ready to call it a night,
he slid a mouse across his desk and clicked to turn
off the lights and sound.
By logging on to a Web site called Groovetech that
broadcasts live audio feeds from San Francisco's Ten
15 nightclub over the Internet, Mr. Clark, 27 years
old, created a miniature discotheque in his Boca
Raton, Fla., home. And lately, Mr. Clark's house has
been one hopping joint."
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