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Internet Radio

I'm pondering how to control internet radio without actually blocking it
completely. The hard part is I have people listening to the radio from
MySpace, Pandora, and through stuff like Windows Media Player and
iTunes. Any suggestions?
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Internet Radio

> I'm pondering how to control internet radio without actually blocking it
> completely. The hard part is I have people listening to the radio from
> MySpace, Pandora, and through stuff like Windows Media Player and
> iTunes. Any suggestions?


Corporate policy? It's banned here.

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Re: Internet Radio

Switch to dial-up. That would surely deter them.

Matthew wrote:
> I'm pondering how to control internet radio without actually blocking it
> completely. The hard part is I have people listening to the radio from
> MySpace, Pandora, and through stuff like Windows Media Player and
> iTunes. Any suggestions?

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GofBorg wrote:
>> I'm pondering how to control internet radio without actually blocking it
>> completely. The hard part is I have people listening to the radio from
>> MySpace, Pandora, and through stuff like Windows Media Player and
>> iTunes. Any suggestions?

>
> Corporate policy? It's banned here.
>


That might work if the execs weren't part of the people using it.
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Matthew claimed they said:

> I'm pondering how to control internet radio without actually blocking
> it completely. The hard part is I have people listening to the radio
> from MySpace, Pandora, and through stuff like Windows Media Player
> and iTunes. Any suggestions?


Get some bandwidth throttling software, anyone listening to iradio gets
backed down to less than 100k, all other web traffic will hoover, maybe
they'll quit.
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Re: Internet Radio

Aren't there Myspace viruses?

What kind of bandwidth do you have?

So you can tell them: for their own good, and for the integrity of your job
and the safety of their data you need to shut it down.

Throw in the prospect of additonal bandwidth $$$ to continue their habits.


"Matthew" <"system[no]tyrant"@[spam]gmail.com> wrote in message
news:Appel.3166$5N1.11@kovat.provo.novell.com...
> GofBorg wrote:
>>> I'm pondering how to control internet radio without actually blocking it
>>> completely. The hard part is I have people listening to the radio from
>>> MySpace, Pandora, and through stuff like Windows Media Player and
>>> iTunes. Any suggestions?

>>
>> Corporate policy? It's banned here.
>>

>
> That might work if the execs weren't part of the people using it.



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Re: Internet Radio

Matthew said,

> I'm pondering how to control internet radio without actually blocking it
> completely. The hard part is I have people listening to the radio from
> MySpace, Pandora, and through stuff like Windows Media Player and iTunes. Any
> suggestions?


Set up your own radio station, you be the DJ and play the music mgt likes. Oh,
and you'll probably want something like Live365.

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Lindsey
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"Matthew" <"system[no]tyrant"@[spam]gmail.com> wrote in message
news:Appel.3166$5N1.11@kovat.provo.novell.com...
> GofBorg wrote:
>>> I'm pondering how to control internet radio without actually
>>> blocking it
>>> completely. The hard part is I have people listening to the radio
>>> from
>>> MySpace, Pandora, and through stuff like Windows Media Player and
>>> iTunes. Any suggestions?

>>
>> Corporate policy? It's banned here.
>>

>
> That might work if the execs weren't part of the people using it.


Block it via a rule and have the execs bypass that rule, e.g.,

IF MEMBER OF "can use radio" ...

-S-


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islander Absent Member.
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Re: Internet Radio

Lindsey gets the award for the most creative solution. : )

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Susan said,

> Lindsey gets the award for the most creative solution. : )


<G> And if you want to see how it works, you can listen to me DJ tommorrow at
www.casualcollective.com.

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Lindsey
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Lindsey:

Oh, my word. Nice to hear your voice again. <G>

Susan
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Susan said,

> Lindsey:
>
> Oh, my word. Nice to hear your voice again. <G>


Didja listen to me fumble over my words tonight? <bg> I was a little nervous.
Folks thought the music was great.


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