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Pretty soon everyone might be able to store and access the music they own from anywhere, using any device. Harold Cook/Getty Images hide caption

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Music In The Sky: What's Next For Cloud-Based Music Services

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Jonsi performs in Australia in August. Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images hide caption

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Jonsi's High-Tech Concerts: More Live Film Than Stadium Spectacle

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Donors at hedge funds are on track to cut their contributions to Democrats by half compared with two years ago, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Wall Street Donors Stop Digging Deep For Democrats

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Opera singer Eric Owens stars as Alberich in the Metropolitan Opera's production of Das Rheingold. Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera hide caption

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Eric Owens: Singing Grendel, Death And A Troll

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An image from the Iran International Photo Agency shows a view of the reactor building at the Russian-built Bushehr nuclear power plant. The Stuxnet worm was found on personal computers at the facility, but Iranian authorities said "major systems" were undamaged. IIPA/Getty hide caption

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Cyberworm's Origins Unclear, But Potential Is Not

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A "bank owned" sign is posted in frontĀ  of a foreclosed home in Miami. Borrowers trying to rebuild their lives after foreclosure say there's a stigma attached to having a low credit score. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Life After Foreclosure: Coping With Bad Credit

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Irish playwright and novelist Emma Donoghue is also the author of the novels The Sealed Letter, Stir Fry, Hood and Slammerkin. Her latest novel, Room, has been shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize. Nina Subin hide caption

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In Donoghue's 'Room,' A Child's World Of His Own

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