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31 December 2009

Sir Patrick Stewart

Congratulations to Sir Patrick Stewart! :)

Firefox QuickFind and GMail - How do I type an apostrophe?

Sometimes, you'll be trying to type an email to someone and as soon as you type an apostrophe, a QuickFind bar pops up at the bottom of the screen.  Annoyed, you close it, click into your email and try again with the same result.  Really annoyed, you cancel your email and try again with the same result.  Rather than closing your browser, here's a simple and quick fix....

Click on the maximize button twice. It is the middle one in the top-right corner of your window.

Done. Fixed. Now get back to your email.

16 December 2009

Announcing EEG access for independent developers & researchers

Time for me to upgrade :)

We are very pleased to announce that EEG access will be released to independent developers and researchers (individuals, companies or incorporated entities that had a turnover less than US$100,000 in their last fiscal year) who are creating free and commercial applications for the Emotiv EPOC that will be distributed exclusively through our online application store.

A Research Edition SDK including full EEG access will be soon be announced at $750 (includes SDK, TestBench and SDK headset).

As you are an early supporter of Emotiv and an early licensee, we wish to offer you the opportunity to upgrade your existing software license to the Research Edition for $150 ($100 discount) from the published price.

This offer ends 15 January 2010.

We look forward to working with you to further the field of BCI.

Wishing you and your family a wonderful Holiday Season.

From all of us at Emotiv.

04 December 2009

Google Public DNS

I was going to change my DNS over to Google, but using Speakeasy's DNS is faster for me [checked via ping and traceroute].

Feel free to check your connection.  The full documentation is the title link above.  Google's DNS addresses are:

29 November 2009


Now if only they were desperate enough to make me one of these at my price range =)

25 November 2009

Car Theft

Some of you may remember last year when Edward Vasquez broke into and tried to steal my car from outside of Embers. Lindsey had courageously fought him off, and the two of us have been dealing with court ( mostly cases being rescheduled ) ever since. The defense had even offered to bribe me $2500 to not show up to court. Well, a decision was finally made. He was sentenced to 24 months of probation. Not quite what I expected for a 3rd strike felony, but...

13 November 2009


Up to now, I have seen every Stargate episode - of each series.  It is sad that I no longer care if I miss an episode.  Stargate Universe has completely ruined the franchise for me.  I think the concept was doable - but execution was a bit lacking.  Why, for instance, does every episode feel more like an episode of Battlestar Galactica than Stargate?  It's partially the acting, partially the cinematography (if you can call it that), partially the overall look...  If I had wanted to watch BG, I would have rewatched the original (since the SciFi, er SyFy? one sucked).  I expected a lot more out of the Stargate franchise and will miss the enthusiasm I once had for new episodes.

09 November 2009

Another Sun service bites the dust

They may say that it has nothing to do with Oracle, but we have all been predicting these things since the announcement....

We regret to inform you that on November 30th, 2009 we will be suspending the zembly service.

More than three years ago, we started this project with the goal of making it easy to create next-generation Web apps. Our original tagline was "Build the web, using the web," and the ideas we were incubating around platform-mediated Web applications, Web API mashups, and social programming were brand new.
We learned a lot along the way. Your confidence and enthusiasm helped us improve the project and do amazing things that we never imagined when we began this journey.
Thank you to everyone who's been with us through the ups and downs. It's heartening to see that many of the best ideas pioneered in zembly have started to appear elsewhere. With your support, we're proud to have contributed to the DNA of the Web.
For more information about the zembly suspension, please refer to the FAQ section at
Finally, if you have questions, please contact us at
All the best,
-- The zembly team
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
4150 Network Circle
Santa Clara, CA 9505

07 October 2009

Emotiv Epoc Testing

Back in June I ordered my Epoc. It finally came in Monday and having a headache I decided to wait until today to test it.

The first thing I noticed after receiving the package is that the 'tamper seals' were both broken. At least the box wasn't ripped to shreds like most packages I get from UPS. I wasn't sure what to make of that, but since the product appeared to be intact (and the UPS guy knocked and left) I figured I might as well open the box.

The contents of the box included the headset, the cdrom (containing one PDF and one EXE), a USB dongle, a wall charger, a 2-page printed addendum to the installation instructions contained on the CDROM, a warranty card saying basically DOA or not covered and 2 bottles of contact saline. The box was supposed to include a 'hydrator' as well but upon reading the forums I found out that it was on backorder. Emotiv said the box should have included a notice about it being delayed, but that notice was not present. Also, in my box, there was 1 loose felt pad that had fallen off the headset.

I would have really preferred that my $500 investment include a printed perfect-bound manual, but instead you can only access it once the software is successfully installed.

Getting the headset to fit properly was very problematic. It is supposed to work well over long hair, but I literally spent a full hour trying to get solid green lights (which I never managed to do). One of them was black for a good 1/2 hour so I swapped it with the opposite side and the non-functioning one moved to the other side. I eventually got a partial signal from it. I couldn't get a connection at all while having a ponytail in -- I can't help but think this would have worked much better had I been bald.

Here you can see the final signal strength I settled on. I was never able to get all green.

The Expressiv Suite was interesting. It mostly worked ok. The eyebrows worked the best. Winking and smirking seemed to lag a bit.

The Affectiv Suite was by far the most fun. I spent quite a bit of time trying to control the graph. We were able to do things to raise or lower the excitement levels identified by the black line (and thus the orange one at the bottom). The blue, red and green were a bit more tricky.

The Cognitiv Suite was interesting. Here you see me playing with 'disappear'. Sometimes it seemed a little too responsive -- pushing or pulling without me trying. Other times it wouldn't do it no matter how hard I tried. I did eventually get push, pull, rotate and disappear all to work - but only when I had less than 3 enabled at a time.

Unfortunately, it appears that I will no longer be able to practice as the unit had completely died in under 5 hours. I tried charging it, power cycling it, resetting the dongle, even rebooting. No luck. Start time 12:30. Death time 5:30. Looking at the forums, it seems to be a common problem and people are saying that we have to send it back via the DOA dept. After waiting 4 months, I guess it wouldn't hurt to wait a couple more to actually have a $500 unit able to do more than be a doorstop.

A few more photos are available at

No more JavaOne?

According to The Register,  there will be no more Jonathan Schwartz or JavaOne.  I, for one, am not likely to go to Oracle OpenWorld instead... partially because I don't like Oracle and partly because I have no interest in relational databases (how 20th century).

So, for Java to really survive, we need to have something for those evangelists of us that are still around...  what would get the attention of those yet to jump ship and encourage them to stay?

I know! We should start a community run JavaTwo...  say, hosted by a combination of the GDC and Defcon groups?  What do you think?  Would games+hacking+java encourage people not to drop Java?

02 October 2009

Emotiv Epoc


Dear Malachi,

We are pleased to advise that your order has shipped.  Please find tracking details enclosed.

We thank you for your patience and look forward to working with you.

Emotiv Customer Service Team
Emotiv Systems Inc.

18 September 2009

Aion Legion: Discord

So for those of you who are going to be playing Aion, I am starting a legion (Discord) for Elyos on the Nezekan server. Feel free to come join us =)

Update: We have changed to the Yustiel server due to Nezekan being changed to a GMT+10 server.

16 September 2009

Where were they when I was younger?

I saw this synopsis on Slashdot and couldn't resist sharing:

"In Manhattan this fall, a batch of lucky sixth-graders will start at Quest To Learn, the first public school in the US with a curriculum built around playing games. They'll play Spore and Civilization, board games such as Settlers of Catan, and learn 3D modeling in Maya and Google Earth as well. Each semester concludes with a two-week 'Boss Level.'"

08 September 2009


So yesterday, I went to buy a pack of cloves.  7-11 was out and said that they didn't get any in their shipment.  I went to Pauls' Cigars, and he said that they can't get them anymore; all they can get is the new clove cigars (see pic).  I bought a pack and halfway through the first one went over to Timber Valley Tobacco.  She said people have been calling for a couple days asking if they had any cloves left.  She's a clove smoker too, so asked me to step outside and try the two she still had in stock and let her know which one to buy.  She ended up giving me a pack of Splash (free) since they tasted a little better than the others.  She said that the are required (federal) to get rid of all their stock by the 22nd.  No more vanilla, cherry, clove, etc.  Well, except Menthol is allowed -- I mean come on, Phillip Morris isn't stupid enough to hurt their own revenue stream.

I have come to two conclusions from this... 1) The US Govt just created a brand new black market. Yay us.  2) As of the 22nd, marijuana is more legal than cloves.

Now, for those of you thinking "well good riddance smokers" let me show you why we like cloves so much.  This is from Djarum's website:
Djarum Kretek recipe

Casing Flavour compound:
(per 100 parts tobacco)

maple sweet: 0.2
chocolate: 0.2
licorice: 0.4
plum casing: 0.3
coffee: 0.35
dried nangka: 0.35
dried fruit: 0.15
total casing flavours: 1.95

the casing flavours are water-soluble and suspended in:
humectants: 0.7
invert sugar: 0.5
water: 5

Top Flavour Compound (Top Dressing):
Havana: 0.8
Manila: 0.4
Strawberry: 0.3
Pineapple: 0.35
Pisang ambon: 0.25
Clove enhancer: 0.25
Pruimen: 0.05
Aniseed oil: 0.3
Cassia extract: 0.3
Salak cider: 0.1
Vanilla: 0.2
Orange: 0.25
Total top flavours: 3.55

A top-secret sauce containing, among other things: 

02 September 2009

UPS: Ubiquitous Packaging Slayer

I have talked to all of my friends about these issues in the past, but I figure it is time to blog about it.  I mean, this has happened for *every single package* I have received from UPS for the last... what? 6 years?  Not, in most cases (and sometimes very surprisingly) the contents themselves survive the decimation of their containers...  Even the case of wine survived the fist-sized hole in the side of the box.  Sometimes, as with Autumn's shop, they refuse to ever deliver to the door and I always have to drive to BFE to pick up my package.

This time, I had ordered a box of Caffeinated Root Beer.  Take a look at the pics and tell me if you'd like to try drinking it.

22 August 2009

Datto ZR1000

While trying to find a good option for remote backups of my computer today, I came across a cool product.  As a ZFS fan, the Datto Z-Series definitely caught my attention.

They also have a web UI you can log into (demo/demo) to see the interface.

It's a little out of my price range at the moment; but if I ever start my own business up again, I will definitely be looking into this.

12 August 2009

Emotiv EPOC Update

As many of you know, I ordered my EPOC awhile ago and am anxiously waiting for it.

Here's the latest update:
Dear Malachi,

Thank you for licensing the Emotiv SDK.

We regret to inform you that the recent typhoon across East Asia has caused unforeseen and unexpected factory delays resulting in the delay of your SDK headset shipment date.   We have just been advised that the SDK headset will be shipped to you on August 31.  We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause and would like to reaffirm our commitment to getting the headset to you as soon as possible.

We thank you for your patience and support to date.  We look forward to working with you in the coming months.

Emotiv Customer Service Team
Emotiv Systems Inc.

07 August 2009

News from the Net

We all know the concept of history repeating itself... maybe we need to start looking at 'junk dna' as the history that is bound to be repeated?

Now that smoking is being banned everywhere, it appears that attention and memory will be impared in schizophrenics.

Score one for the lobotomy that is the Patent Office. They let M$ patent XML-based word processing documents... 

Feds get a taste of why we have been fighting their new requirements

Everyone knows of the advantages of duct tape... but what about Scotch tape?

How about an automatic pancake machine?

Newest toys you can buy for me

Google Android Developer Challenge #2 is underway

04 August 2009

News from the Net

In a blow to the DIY and hardware hackers out there (isn't that how most people get started in electronics?) a man now faces 10 years in prison for modifying console game hardware.  This gets back to my view that if I buy it it's mine and I can do whatever the hell I want with it.  Sure, I may void the warranty, but 10 years in prison?

An inventor came up with an alternative to bifocal lenses.

xkcd is being released in book form.

Back to the Future III -- here we come.

Someone tried to plant a fake ATM at Defcon.  Of course, the DoD and USAF were there to recruit people.  Maybe that is so you can work for IBM.

Oooh! Ohh! I soooo want to do this! You can send up your own satellite for $8000.  Is it OK if my satellite accidentally decides to turn and take off into the solar system???

You know how every other commercial on TV is that Cash for Clunkers bit? You know the one - where Toyota for example brags how 25 of their cars qualify for the Clunker discount.  Anyways, looks like the program ran out of money and is being suspended -- so don't let them fast talk you into signing anyway.

If you live in the UK, it looks like the government may be putting cameras into your home so they can enforce that your kids eat right and go to bed on time. 

Looks like the electric company wants to take away the $17/mo advantage I would get by installing a $45000 solar panel system.

Some recent proof that the DoJ cronies from the RIAA are now in control.

How about a car for the blind?

Cyberpunk anyone? Oh wait, this time it is Monsters.

Some more proof that the patent office should be abolished... Someone just patented podcasting.

Hmmm, is this the OK to not follow the rules?  Wouldn't that then be following the rules in itself? So...

Sea route through the Arctic is now open for business.

Sun's entire JRuby team is quitting.

31 July 2009

eCigs banned in Oregon

So it appears that clove-flavored eCigs aren't an option either...  The Oregon Attorney General is banning them.

17 July 2009

News from the Net

I know, I know... some of you (ahem, Will) feel that I have been shirking my duty to distill the latest news to you on a regular basis.... I'm working on it ;)

Creativity Potentially Linked To Schizophrenia

Gene Causes Memory Loss Before Age 60

For boys who had been through the juvenile justice system, compared to boys with similar histories without judicial involvement, the odds of adult judicial interventions increased almost seven-fold

A breakthrough in OLED technology that reduces the ultra-thin lights' energy consumption by 75%

A radioprotectant that all but eliminates acute radiation sickness even in cases of lethal doses of radiation in tests on rats and monkeys, when injected up to 72 hours after exposure.

Pull out your 3d glasses (the red/blue ones not the polarized clear ones) and start doing some home movies :)

Scuba divers off the Californian city of San Diego are being menaced by large numbers of jumbo squid.

Developing ultrasound blasts to disrupt enemy sonar may sound more like a submarine arms race than animal evolution. But, believe it or not, some moths have done just that to evade hungry bats

For those of you with kids in the Beaverton area, Party in the Park returns Saturday, July 25

South Africans plan to set aside 67 minutes of their time in community service as a symbolic tribute to anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela on his 91st birthday

14 July 2009

Wells Fargo

Since I already have a beef with Wells Fargo for refusing to send my bills to my billing address (wtf is it for then?), I literally laughed out loud when I saw this bit of bad publicity they were getting:

From Slashdot:
Extreme economic problems require extreme solutions, and Wells Fargo Bank has come up with a good one. They have decided to sue themselves. Wells Fargo holds the first and second mortgages on a condominium that is going into foreclosure. As holder of the first, they are suing all other lien holders, including the holder of the second, which is Wells Fargo. It gets better. The company has hired a lawyer to defend itself against its own lawsuit. The defense lawyer even filed this answer to the complaint, "Defendant admits that it is the owner and holder of a mortgage encumbering the subject real property. All other allegations of the complaint are denied." On the website The Consumer Warning Network, Angie Moreschi wrote: "We've apparently reached the perfect storm for complete and utter idiocy by some banks trying to foreclose on homes."
Don't you want a company this smart being in charge of where you live?

06 July 2009

Jury of Peers?

So let's start with a quote from Wikipedia:
The definition of obscenity differs from culture to culture, between communities within a single culture, and also between individuals within those communities. Many cultures have produced laws to define what is considered to be obscene, and censorship is often used to try to suppress or control materials that are obscene under these definitions: usually including, but not limited to, pornographic material. As such censorship restricts freedom of expression, crafting a legal definition of obscenity presents a civil liberties issue.
So tell me how a California couple can get prison time for "a felony charge of conspiracy to distribute obscene material through the mail and over the Internet" to Pennsylvania.

First of all, why are Californians being subjected to Pennsylvania law? By that logic, every single person on the internet is committing some crime since some places that read their emails/blogs/posts/etc do not allow free thought (say, China for instance).

Secondly, how can there be a such thing as "federal obscenity statutes" when even according to Wikipedia, the definition of obscene differs between communities or even individuals in a community. I think this is just the type of thing Wikipedia warned of with "civil liberties issue". By this token, I think Oregon should send to prison everyone on the internet that posts a non-liberal comment... anything religious or right-wing should do. Maybe we should start with U.S. Attorney Mary Beth Buchanan, of the Western District of Pennsylvania for violating Oregonian perceptions of decency.

26 June 2009

How much is that song worth to you?

As per previous posts, it appears that the RIAA-inized DOJ is shaping up to be as expected...  In this latest case, the RIAA was awarded $80000 PER SONG presumably downloaded.

Since it is obvious that there will never be any form of real justice in these matters (how could there be when the plaintiff runs the DOJ), it appears that we only have one solution left to us.  We have to boycott any and all music labels associated with the RIAA.

"What?" you say. "How will I listen to music if I boycott them?"

Well Jimmy, it's like this.  The RIAA is going to bust down your door, destroy your computer, steal everything you own and then sue you -- even if you have never downloaded any music or even own a computer... The only way to stop that would be for them to go out of business.  As long as they are getting money from us, they will use that money to totally screw the public.  So instead of listening to music owned and controlled by Obama's Evil Overlords of the DOJ, you need to start listening to indie music... or maybe even start your own indie band.  Have you heard of Indaba Music?  Maybe you could try that.

According to Wikipedia, you need to boycott these labels:

  • 112
  • 1500
  • 19. Records
  • 2.O.G.
  • 241
  • 333 Music
  • 5 Minute Walk
  • 5.1 Entertainment
    • Electromatrix
    • Immergent
    • Myutopia
    • Silverline
  • 510
  • 57
  • A&E Latin Music
  • A440
  • Abkco
  • Acony
  • AD
  • Aleho
  • Alice
  • Alligator
  • Amaru
  • Ambar
  • American Empire
  • American Gramaphone
  • Amiata
  • Angels
  • Antra
  • Archive
  • Ardent
  • Aries Music Entertainment, Inc.
  • Ark 21
  • Arsenal
  • Artanis
  • Astoria Entertainment
  • Atrium
  • Audium Entertainment
  • AV8
  • Avatar
  • Avenue Records
  • AWOL
  • Axiom
  • Bad Dog
  • Ballers Entertainment
  • Barak Entertainment
  • Barb Wire Productions
  • Barco
  • Bass Productions
  • Beat Club
  • Beauty
  • Beginner's Bible
  • Beiler Bros
  • Bellmark
  • Berman Brothers
  • Best Side
  • Bibleman
  • Big Baller
  • Big Beat
  • Big Cat
  • Big Deal
  • Big Dog
  • Big Ear Music
  • Big Idea Productions
  • Big Machine Records
  • Big Screen Music
  • Big Tree
  • Big Wadd
  • Big World
  • Bigtyme
  • Black Market
  • Black Out
  • Black Pumpkin
  • Black Top
  • Blackheart
  • Blackstone
  • Blind Pig
  • Bliss
  • Blix Street
    • Gifthorse
  • Bloodline
  • Blue Gorilla
  • Blue Jackel
  • Blue Plate
  • Blues Bureau
  • BMG Entertainment
    • BMG Classics
    • Cheeky Records
  • Bob Marley Music
  • Bocelli-Sogno
  • Bohemia
  • Box Tunes
  • Breakaway
  • Brody
  • Broken
  • Broken Bow
  • Brutal
  • Buena Vista
  • Bullseye
  • Bungalow
  • Burnside
  • C-Loc
  • Cadena
  • Cadence Christian
  • Caliente
  • Candle In The Wind
  • Cannan
  • Cargo
    • Grilled Cheese
    • Headhunter Records
    • Re-Constriction
  • Catalyst
  • Caviant
  • Cell Block
  • Celtic Corner
  • Chameleon
  • Cheeba Sounds
  • Chignon
  • Children
  • Christian Music Group
  • Chronicles
  • Chuck Life
  • Cintas Acuario
  • Circular Moves
  • City of Hope
  • Classic Tracks
  • Clatown
  • Clean Slate
  • Climate
  • Clockwork
  • CMC International
  • CMG
  • Cold Chillin
  • Colli Park Music
  • Comedy Central
  • Command
  • Concord Records
    • Concord Jazz
    • Concord Picante
    • Fantasy
      • Contemporary
      • Galaxy Records
      • Good Time Jazz
      • Milestone
      • Original Blues
      • Original Jazz Classics
      • Pablo
      • Prestige
      • Riverside
      • Specialty
      • Stax
      • Takoma
    • Feinery
    • Heads Up
    • Hear Music
    • Jazz Alliance
    • Peak Records
    • Playboy Jazz
    • Stretch Records
    • Telarc
  • Cool Hunter
  • Copacabana
  • Costarola
  • Cotillion
  • Covenant
  • Crazy Cat
  • Crime Partners
  • Critique
  • Crowne Music Group
  • Crystal Rose
  • CTW
  • Cyan
  • Cypress
  • D&D
  • Da Border Music, Inc.
  • Dagger
  • Dali
  • Damian
  • Dancing Cat
  • Dare 2BU, Inc.
  • DAS
  • Day Spring
  • Daywind Music Group
  • DCC
  • Death Row
  • Debris
  • Delicious Vinyl
  • Delos
  • Delta Entertainment Corporation
    • Laserlight
  • Denon
  • Desert Storm
  • DHM
  • Digital Theater System, Inc.
  • Disa
  • Disney
  • Disques Vogue
  • DJ Honda Records
  • DKC
  • DM
  • DMY
  • Domo
  • Dope House
  • Down in the Delta JV
  • Dr. Dream
  • Dualtone
  • Eagle Rock
  • Earthdance
  • East Side Digital
  • Easydisc
  • Eclipse Music Group
  • Edel
  • Edito Classica
  • Edmonds Record Group
  • Elementree
  • Ellipsis Arts
  • Elvis Tribute Project
  • Emergent Music Marketing
  • EMI
    • A Time to Remember
    • Angel Records
    • Astralwerks
    • Back Porch
    • Blue Note Records
    • Capitol
      • CEMA Special Markets
    • Capitol Nashville
    • Caroline
      • Caroline Records
      • Gyroscope
      • Rocks the World
      • Scamp
    • Chordant
    • Credential Recordings
    • Cyber Octave
    • Discipline
    • Disky
    • Duck Down Music
    • Earthbeat
    • Electrola
    • Flex
    • Forefront
    • Headstrong Music
    • Heavenly
    • Hut
    • Imperial Records
    • Indent Series
    • Innocent
    • Intercord
    • Labels
    • Medley
    • Mute
      • Future Groove
    • Narada
    • Now Hits Collections
    • Originals
    • Playland Records
    • Positiva
    • Priority
    • Relentless
    • S-Curve
    • Shak Tire
    • Sparrow
      • Sixsteps Records
    • Virgin Classics
    • Virgin France
    • Virgin Records America
      • Higher Octave
    • Virgin Records UK
      • Real World
    • Woodford
    • Yes Music
  • Eminent
  • Empire
  • Enjoy
  • Epidrome
  • Equinox Music
  • ESC
  • Esparanza Atlantic
  • Essence
  • Essex
  • Eureka
  • Eurodisc
  • Everland
  • Evolver
  • Extasy
  • Facility
  • Farmclub
  • Fast Horse
  • Fat Boy Music
  • Favored Nations
  • FDM
  • Festival Five
  • First Generation
  • First Priority Music
  • Flashpoint International
  • Flava Unit Entertainment
  • Flavor Unit Records
  • Flawless
  • Flicker
  • Flora
  • Flying Fish
  • Flyte Tyme
  • Fome
  • Fonovisa
  • Freeze
  • Friday
  • Fubu
  • Full Moon
  • Furious
  • Garden City
  • Garland
  • Garmex
  • Gasoline Alley
  • Gazillion
  • Genie Entertainment
  • Gfunk
  • Ghetto Youth International
  • Glassnote
  • Gold Circle
  • Gold Seal
  • Good News
  • Grammy Nominee Project
  • Grape Tree
  • Great Performances
  • Green Linnet
  • GTS
  • Guardian
  • Guts & Grace
  • GWK
  • H-Town
  • H2E
  • Hall of Fame
  • Hammer & Lace
  • Harmony
  • HBO
  • Heart
  • Heartbeat
  • Heartery
  • Herb Harris Music Co.
  • Hieroglyphics
  • High Performance
  • High Street
  • Highnote
  • Highstreet
  • Hightone
  • Hittel LLC
  • HKD Productions
  • Hollywood
  • Home Sweet Home
  • Home Video
  • Homegrown Music Network
  • Homeland
  • Hood Rat
  • House of Music
  • Hybrid Recordings
  • Hyperdisk
  • I Am
  • I Funk LLC
  • Ice
  • Ichiban
  • IG, Inc.
  • Indiginous
  • Infinity Digital
  • InPop
  • Inside Sessions
  • Interhit
  • International Special Markets
  • Invisible Sound
  • J&N Records & Tapes
  • Jade
  • Jaggo
  • Jazz-Non US
  • Jcor
  • Jireh
  • JMC
  • JMM
  • Joey
    • Joey International
  • Karen
  • KDFC
  • Kelly Family Distribution
  • Kicking Mule
  • Kid Rhino
  • King Communication
  • Kings Way
  • Kismet
  • Kiss Video
  • KKSF
  • Kneeling Elephant
  • Korta
  • Krasnow
  • Krystal
  • KukDo
  • KWJZ
  • Label M
  • Labor
  • Largo
  • Latin Pop
  • Latin Regional Mexican
  • Latino Music
  • Left Eye
  • Leni Stern Records
  • Liars Inc.
  • Lideres
  • Lighthouse Point
  • Lightstorm
  • Lightyear
  • Lil Man
  • Lil' Joe
  • Liquid 8
    • Calvin Records
  • Little David
  • Little Dog
  • Living Music
  • Living Stereo
  • Lobster
  • Locomotive
  • Logic
  • Longevity (NYC) Inc.
  • Loose Cannon
  • Loosegroove
  • Luna Negra
  • Lyric Street
  • Lyricist Lounge
  • M2.0 Inc.
  • Mach Entertainment
  • Mad Yacht
  • Major Label
  • Major League Baseball
  • Mammoth
  • Many Roads
  • Margaritaville
  • Marinda Grace
  • MAS Entertainment
  • Max Jazz Records
  • Max Music
  • Maya
  • Media Safari
  • Medicine
  • Megaforce
  • Metrix Music
  • Metro One
  • MGM
  • Mic Media
  • Mifflin Hills Music Company
  • Mighty Horn
  • Milan
  • Militia Group
  • Ministry of Sound
  • Ministry of Sounds
  • Miramax
  • MJJ
  • Mo Thugs
  • Mock & Roll
  • Modern
  • Mondo Melodia
  • Mono Vs Stereo
  • Moonshine Conspiracy
  • Mosh
  • Mouth Almighty
  • Moviso
  • Mozote
  • Mr. Incognito
  • MSC Music Entertainment
  • MTV
    • Nick @ Nite
    • Nick Records
    • Nickelodeon
    • VH1 Classics
    • Yo! MTV Raps
  • Music for Little People
  • Music One
  • Music Up, Inc.
  • Musimex
  • Musiteca
  • Mutant Sound System
  • Myspace Records
  • N'Focus Entertainment
  • N2K
  • Native
  • Nelle Hooper
  • New West
  • Next Century
  • Next Next Entertainment
  • Next Plateau
  • NFE Records
  • Nimbus
  • Ninth Avenue Music, Inc.
  • No Limit
  • Noo Trybe
  • Noontime
  • Northsounds
  • Novus
  • NOW
  • NPG
  • Nu American Music
  • Nu Opp
  • Nu Tone
  • NVC Arts
  • NY:LA Music Inc.
  • Octone Records
  • Odyssey
  • Odyssey in Minds Eye
  • Oh Boy
  • Okeh
  • Omni
  • On Point
  • One Life One Love
  • Orfeon
  • Organized Noise
  • Oro Musical
  • Orpheus
  • Outburst
  • Overbrook Music
  • P & A
  • Padma
  • Pagan
  • Pakaderm
  • Palm Records
  • Palma MusicInc.
  • Pangaea
  • Paradigm
  • Paras Recording Co.
  • Patriot
  • Payaso
  • PBS
  • PCLC Capricorn
  • Pendulum
  • Philadelphia
  • Philo
  • Phoenix Music
  • Piadrum Records
  • Pid
  • Pidm
  • Pioneer
  • Planet Earth (Empire
  • Platino
  • Players Club
  • PlexiMusic
  • Plump
  • PPL Entertainment
    • Bouvier Records
    • Bouvier Records USA
    • Credence Records
    • JBK Records
    • PPL Records
    • PPL Records Latino
    • PPL Records USA
  • PRA
  • Praise Gathering
  • Prawn Song
  • Premium
  • Premonition
  • Proclaim
  • Project
  • Promotions of the World
  • Protel
  • PSM
  • Push
  • Q. Records
  • Quango
  • Quiet Boys
  • R.A.L.
  • Radio Universal
  • Radioactive
  • RAM
  • Random House
  • Rasheeda
  • Ray Boltz Music
  • Razor & Tie
  • Razor Sharp
  • RCC
  • Real Music
  • Rebound
  • Red Ant
  • Red Feather
  • RED Ink
  • Red Pajamas
  • Red Star
  • Redline Entertainment
  • Refuge
  • Regina
  • Reincarnate Music
  • Rejoice
  • Relaxation Music
  • Rendezvous
  • Renegade
  • Resound
  • RFC
  • Rhyme
  • Rhythm Safari
  • Rick Rubin Entertainment
  • Right Cross
  • Ripchord
  • Rising Tide
  • Risky Business
  • Riverboat
  • RJO
  • RMM
  • Roadrunner
  • Robbins Entertainment
  • Rockstar Games
  • Rocky Mountain Recorders
  • Roswell
  • Rounder Records
    • Zoe Records
  • Ruffhouse
  • Ruffnation
  • Rural Rhythm
  • S&P
  • Sai
  • Saja
  • Sambora
  • Samson
  • Sanctuary Music Group
    • Attack
    • Sanctuary Urban
    • Trojan Records
  • Saregama
  • Savant
  • Savoy
  • Scarface
  • Scratchie
  • Sea Creatures
  • Sega
  • Seiko Matsuda
  • Seismic
  • Selah
  • SEON
  • Seraphim
  • Sesame Street
  • Shadow
  • Shang
  • Sheppard Lane Music
  • Shrapnel
  • Sick Wid It
  • Sideburn
  • Silas
  • Silver Seal
  • Silverware
  • Sindrome
  • Sing 2 School, Inc.
  • Sir George
  • Skaggs Family
  • Slamm Dunk
  • Slash
  • Slipdisc
  • Slow River
  • Smash
  • SMI
  • SMV
  • Sojourn Hills
  • Sonique
  • Sonolux
  • Sony BMG
    • 105 Music
    • Antinos
    • CBS
    • Columbia
      • Aware
      • Burgundy Records
      • C2
      • Chaos Recordings
      • DMZ
      • Hypnotize Minds
      • LBW Entertainment
      • Loud
    • DefSTAR Records
    • Dragnet
    • Epic
      • 550 Music
      • Caribou Records
      • Daylight
      • Ruthless
      • The Work Group
    • Federation Records
    • GUN Records
    • Kinetic Records
    • Kioon
    • Kitchenware
    • Legacy Recordings
      • Private Music
      • Windham Hill
    • Ode Records
    • Provident Music
      • B-Rite
      • Benson
      • Brentwood
      • Brentwood Kids Company
      • Cedarmont Kids
      • Creative Trust
      • Cross Movement
      • Diadem Music Group
      • Essential
      • Fervent Records
      • Gospocentric
      • Here To Him Music
        • Cross Driven
      • I.E. Music
      • Maranatha
      • New Haven
      • Praise Hymn
      • Reunion
      • Rocketown Records
      • Spirit-Led Records
    • Ravenous Records
    • RCA Music Group
      • Arista Records
        • Bistro Records
        • D:Disco
        • Dedicated
        • Filth
        • First Avenue
        • LaFace
        • Melisma
        • Music Man
        • Northwestside
        • Profile
        • Rowdy Records
        • Time Bomb
        • Tresor
        • Tripoli Trax
        • Urgent
      • Bluebird
      • J Records
        • Full Surface Records
        • Polo Grounds Music
        • US Records
      • Phonogenic
      • RCA
        • ATO
        • RLG
    • So-ffio
    • Soho Square
    • Sony BMG Masterworks
      • Masterworks Broadway
        • RCA Victor Broadway
      • Sony Classical
    • Sony BMG Nashville
      • Arista Nashville
      • BNA Records
      • Lucky Dog
      • RCA Nashville
    • Sony Pictures
    • Sony Wonder
    • Tofu Records
    • TriStar Music
    • Vik Recordings
    • Zomba Music Group
      • Battery Records
      • Jive Records
      • Music for Nations
      • Pinnacle Records
      • Scotti Brothers
      • Silvertone
      • Verity
      • Volcano
      • X-Cell Records
      • Zoo
  • Sony Music
    • Black Seal
    • Buddha
    • Recovered
  • Soulwerkz
  • Sound Gizmo
  • Sound Mex
  • Sound of Atlanta
  • Spirit Soundtrack
  • Spit
  • Spring Hill
  • Spring House
  • Squint Entertainment
  • Star Song
  • Stinky
  • Stonecreek
  • Straight Outta Labb
  • Straight Profit
  • Straightway
  • Streetbeat
  • Suave
  • Sugar Beats
  • Sunnyside
  • Surrender
  • Susquehanna Hat Company
  • Svengali
  • Swansong
  • Sybersound Music
  • T.J. Martell
  • Tag
  • Taj Mahal
  • Telethon
  • Terminus
  • The Enclave
  • The Firm
  • The Guys Who Sell
  • The Label
  • The Road to Eldorado
  • The Source
  • The Start
  • The Voice of Music, Inc.
  • The Wall
  • Third Stone
  • Thirsty Ear
  • Three Keys
  • Thrive
  • Thump
  • Tim Kerr
  • Timbaland
  • Time/Life
  • Tinder
  • Tips Exports Inc.
  • Tone Cool
  • Tooth & Nail
    • BEC Recordings
    • Fugitive Recordings
    • Solid State Records
    • Takehold Records
    • UpRok
  • Top Dawg Productions
  • Top Sail Productions
  • Tornado
  • Toros
  • Track Factory
  • Traditions
  • Trans Continental
  • Transparent
  • Trauma Entertainment
  • Treat & Release
  • Treydan
  • Tribal
  • Tropical
  • Tropical Storm
  • Tropix
  • Troubadour
  • TRS Buddah Inactive
  • Trudy Greene
  • Turn Music
  • TV First
  • TVG
  • Twin Sisters Productions, Inc.
  • TwISm
  • U.S. Latin
  • Ultimate
  • Underground Recordz
  • Unison
  • Unitone
  • Universal Music Group
    • All Around the World
    • Barclay
    • Brushfire Records
    • Disturbing tha Peace
    • DreamWorks
    • DreamWorks Nashville
    • Emarcy
    • Experience Hendrix
    • Island Def Jam
      • Def Jam
      • Def Soul
    • Machete Music
    • Motor Music
    • Nightingale Records
    • Platano (Universal)
    • Polystar
    • Sanctuary
      • Sanctuary Classics
        • ASV Living Era
        • ASV Platinum
        • Black Box
        • COE Records
        • Gaudeamus
        • Halle
        • Transacord
        • White Line
    • Spinefarm
      • Odor
      • Ranch Records
      • Ranka Recordings
      • Spikefarm
    • Starbugs
    • Universal Classics
    • Universal Latino
    • Universal Music Enterprises
      • Hip-O Records
        • AVI
        • Excello Records
      • New Door Records
      • Universal Music Special Markets
      • UTV Records
    • Universal Records
      • Bad Boy Records
      • Blackground Records
      • Casablanca Records
      • Cash Money Records
      • Republic Records
      • SRC
      • Strummer Recordings
    • Universal South
    • V2 International
      • Co-Operative Music
        • Arts & Crafts
        • Bella Union
        • Brownswood Recordings
        • City Slang
        • Dance to the Radio
        • Memphis Industries
        • Moshi Moshi
        • Rabid Records
        • Setanta
        • Wichita Recordings
  • University
  • Univision
  • Unsigned Hype
  • Untertainment
  • Up Above
  • Upstairs Records
  • Upstart
  • Uptown
  • V.O.R.A.C.
  • Vapor
  • Varese Records
  • Varrick
  • Velas
  • Velocette
  • Velour Recordings
  • VFR Records
  • VI Music
  • Victory Music
  • Victrola
  • Vineyard
  • Vital
  • Viva Discos
  • Vivarte
  • Vogue (Bmg)
  • Volt
  • VP Music Group, Inc.
  • Waltzing Bear
  • Warlock
  • Warmth
  • Warner Music Group
    • Alternative Distribution Alliance
    • Asylum
    • Bluemoon
    • Cordless Recordings
    • Del-Fi Records
    • Doghouse Records
    • Eleven Music Company
    • Festival Mushroom
    • Lava
    • Mesa
    • New Line Records
    • Nonesuch
    • Reprise Nashville
    • Rykodisc
      • Emperor Norton
      • Gramavision
      • Hannibal
      • Penalty Records
      • Restless
      • Rykovision
      • Tradition Records
    • Warner Brothers Nashville
    • Warner Music France
    • Word Entertainment
      • Dayspring Records
      • Integrity
      • Myrrh Records
  • Weird Sleeper Man
  • West Side Latino
  • Whitfield
  • WHV
  • Wild Pitch
  • Wind-Up
    • Grass Records
  • WJJZ
  • WNUA
  • Wonderland
  • Woodstock
  • World Hits
  • World Music Network
  • Worship Together
  • WOV
  • WOW Joint Venture
  • Wreckshop Records
  • WSJZ
  • Wu-Tang
  • Wynonna
  • Xenophile
  • Zebra
  • Zero Hour