03 March 2008

Ezmo - R.I.P.

Today I received an email with this message:

"Dear Ezmo user,
After a long but unsuccessful struggle to secure further financing for Ezmo, it was decided by the owners to shut the service down last week. This is a sad day for all of us here at Ezmo and for those of you who have started to use Ezmo on a regular basis."

Ezmo is, sorry, it was (sigh), a really clever online service for music, and I put it on my favorite apps list in www.rakvag.org. Through this service my complete mp3 collection was available for me, and my friends, anywhere there was an broadband internet connection.

In the Ezmo-blog, the Ezmo-team tells of competitors that the users of Ezmo can move to: Anywhere.fm and Mediamaster.com. I have checked these out briefly, and I still feel that Ezmo is the best of them. Anyhow, I still hope that this kind of application will be successful in the future. I think more and more people will embrace it.

3 comments:

TropicGirl said...

Hey there! This message is sort of for Minnie, but I got to this blog from her facebook so I'm leaving you a message. Hi to both of you! And Minnie, you gotta move to blogger so that your blog loads quicker. I saw some nice pictures on your blog but I couldn't see them well!
Hope you're well!!

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