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WSJ: Edward Jung, a former

April 4, 2001 11:08 AM

WSJ: Edward Jung, a former top software architect at Microsoft Corp., said p-to-p boosters were trying to recreate the excitement of Napster by simply transferring Napster-style technology to other areas. But since Napster is more of a social than a technical phenomenon, ¬ďa lot of people were led down the primrose path."

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