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authorkou <kou@b2dd03c8-39d4-4d8f-98ff-823fe69b080e>2010-09-17 13:14:14 +0000
committerkou <kou@b2dd03c8-39d4-4d8f-98ff-823fe69b080e>2010-09-17 13:14:14 +0000
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* test/rexml/: import REXML tests from
http://www.germane-software.com/repos/rexml/trunk/test/. Many tests are failed temporary. I'll fix them quickly. Sorry. git-svn-id: svn+ssh://ci.ruby-lang.org/ruby/trunk@29282 b2dd03c8-39d4-4d8f-98ff-823fe69b080e
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+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<nitf>
+
+ <!-- Example of markup of URLs (at the bottom of the story) -->
+
+ <head>
+ <meta name="ap-cycle" content="AP"/>
+ <meta name="ap-online-code" content="1700"/>
+ <meta name="ap-company" content="CO:Media Metrix Inc;TS:MMXI;IG:SVC;"/>
+ <meta name="ap-routing" content="ENTITLEMENTS,pfONLINE,pf1700"/>
+ <meta name="ap-format" content="bx"/>
+ <meta name="ap-category" content="f"/>
+ <meta name="ap-selector" content="-----"/>
+ <meta name="ap-transref" content="V0347"/>
+ <docdata>
+ <doc-id regsrc="AP" id-string="D76UIMO80"/>
+ <urgency ed-urg="7"/>
+ <date.issue norm="20000911T185842Z"/>
+ <du-key key="Napster Traffic"/>
+ <doc.copyright holder="(AP)"/>
+ </docdata>
+ </head>
+ <body>
+ <body.head>
+ <hedline>
+ <hl1>Use of Napster Quadruples</hl1>
+ </hedline>
+ <byline>By PETER SVENSSON
+ <byttl>AP Business Writer</byttl>
+ </byline>
+ <distributor>The Associated Press</distributor>
+ <dateline>
+ <location>NEW YORK</location>
+ </dateline>
+ </body.head>
+ <body.content>
+ <block>
+ <p>Despite the uncertain legality of the Napster online music-sharing service, the number of people
+using it more than quadrupled in just five months, Media Metrix said Monday.</p>
+ <p>That made Napster the fastest-growing software application ever recorded by the Internet research
+company.</p>
+ <p>From 1.1 million home users in the United States in February, the first month Media Metrix
+tracked the application, Napster use rocketed to 4.9 million users in July.</p>
+ <p>That represents 6 percent of U.S. home PC users who have modems, said Media Metrix, which pays
+people to install monitoring software on their computers.</p>
+ <p>It estimates total usage from a panel of about 50,000 people in the United States.</p>
+ <p>Napster was also used at work by 887,000 people in July, Media Metrix said.</p>
+ <p>Napster Inc. has been sued by the recording industry for allegedly enabling copyright
+infringement. The federal government weighed in on the case Friday, saying the service is not protected
+under a key copyright law, as the San Mateo, Calif., company claims.</p>
+ <p>Bruce Ryon, head of Media Metrix&apos;s New Media Group, said Napster was used by &quot;the full spectrum of PC users, not just the youth with time on their hands and a passion for music.&quot;</p>
+ <p>The Napster program allows users to copy digital music files from the hard drives of other
+users over the Internet.</p>
+ <p>Napster Inc. said last week that 28 million people had downloaded its program. It does not reveal
+its own figures for how many people actually use the software.</p>
+ <p>Because the program connects to the company&apos;s computers over the Internet every time
+it is run, Napster Inc. can track usage exactly.</p>
+ <p>__</p>
+ <p>On the Net:</p>
+ <p><a href="http://www.napster.com">
+http://www.napster.com</a></p>
+ <p><a href="http://www.mediametrix.com">
+http://www.mediametrix.com</a></p>
+ </block>
+ </body.content>
+ </body>
+</nitf>