Juno Download is an enlightened digital music store that primarily focuses on electronic music (including funk, nu disco, downtempo, nu jazz, house, techno, hip hop and more), though it also sells jazz, indie rock, etc. It is especially cool because it lets you download and listen to track previews on your own player (winamp, itunes, xmplay, foobar2000, etc), which in certain situations is much more convenient than using a web-based player (which they also offer). They provide links to individual track previews (MP3) and album playlists (M3U and sometimes XSPF) on most pages.
Institute for Justice defends and expands US civil liberties, including private property and economic rights, school choice, and freedom of speech.
FastMail is an advanced e-mail service, especially useful for hosting e-mail for your own domain.
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