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"Napster set up a remote server so that a vast majority of
songs will be accessed from an in-house server, separate
from our academic server," Kendig said. "There's really no
risk of bogging the network."
Other downloading services such as Kazaa make net-
works sluggish because they don't have effective servers.
Obtaining music tracks through illegal means such as
Kazaa can lead to downloading poor-quality songs -
often such music services will provide songs from users'
personal computers - and can even lead to lawsuits from
The Napster service allows students to acquire superior
quality songs without having to worry about lawsuits,
because the service does not infringe on any copyright laws,
Some students at the University said they would want a
free and legal music service made available to them, though
they feel the actual costs may not be worth it.
"I would use it, but I don't know how much it is worth for
our tuition money to be spent on (a music service)," LSA
junior Jessica Cohen said.
Other students find that downloading music illegally is a
habit that is here to stay, so that people can put songs on
CDs and mp3 players for free.
"I would use (a legal music service)," said LSA senior
Jonathan Welch. "I know that for most of my friends,
downloading is popular, but people will still download
Though Napster would not confirm the formation of sim-
ilar free and legal music services on other universities' cam-
puses, the company has been contacted by hundreds of
students and institutions that want such a service, according
to a Napster spokesperson.
While the RIAA was consulted before Penn State
reached an agreement with Napster the association was-
n't directly involved, Kendig said.
Still, the RIAA believes the agreement will set an
example for other institutions to follow.
"The agreement between PSU and Napster is the first-
ever of its kind and represents a milestone in the evolution
of the legitimate digital delivery of music and other creative
works," the RIAA said in a written statement. "It undoubt-
edly will not be the last. Penn State has laid down the mark-
er for other colleges to follow."
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Heiftje also pointed out that current wages may be pro-
hibitively low for much of the community.
"Without higher pay for Council work, it means that
people of modest means can't afford to be on City Coun-
cil," he said.
"People make great sacrifices to be on City Council,"
But Kim Groome (D-Ist Ward), who voted against the
increase, said she doesn't feel the pay hike would affect
people who might consider running for city council.
"You're going to have to have a fairly well-paying job
to make up for a relatively low-paying City Council job
(whether the increase is approved or not)," she said.
"I'm not sure this sort of jump would actually accom-
plish that end."
Carlberg said, regardless of salary, the council demands a
great deal from one's personal life.
"Most of our meetings are at night ... so you give up a
lot of family time," she said. She added that she feels the
idea that the salary increase will add to the city's budget
problems is ridiculous, and that the mayor's efforts warrant
"He spends a tremendous amount of time at his job and
"I spend a great deal of time doing
City Council work - 25 to 30 hours
a week. I think it's reasonable that
we be paid adequate compensation
for the time we spend:'
Democratic Council member representing the 3rd Ward
its virtually impossible for him to do another job' she said.
"He's still not being adequately compensated."
Groome, a full-time mom and research associate at the
University, added that she felt the issue had not been ade-
quately brought to the public.
"I wanted to give a chance for more public input,"
she said. Groome added, however, that in spite of her
vote, she still believes that the council members'
salaries are low.
"For the amount of work they do, I refer to it as a
'stipend,'" she said.
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