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Tuesday, April 1, 2008

APRIL FOOLS: Microsoft, Google, and Yahoo! Join Forces

Posted by Darius Wey in "Pocket PC News" @ 08:00 AM

http://www.microsoft.com/Presspass/default.mspx

"Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) today announced that following a failed attempt on February 1, 2008, to acquire Yahoo! (NASDAQ:YHOO), it had made a second proposal to the Yahoo! Board of Directors on March 30, 2008, to acquire Yahoo! for a total equity value of approximately $49.8 billion. This proposal was formally accepted by Yahoo! on the morning of March 31, 2008. In addition, Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) today announced that it had made a proposal to the Microsoft Board of Directors on March 31, 2008, to acquire Microsoft for a total equity value of approximately $270 billion, which Microsoft formally accepted on the same day. On the morning of April 1, 2008, Yahoo! made a proposal to the Google Board of Directors to acquire Google for $1. Google accepted this proposal immediately, citing it as a fair and honest deal. Together, Microsoft, Google, and Yahoo! believe that these acquisitions will create a more competitive company providing superior value to shareholders and better choice and innovation for customers and partners.

On April 15, 2008, the three companies will meet officially to discuss leadership options and industry consolidation and convergence. On April 16, 2008, Steve Ballmer (Microsoft), Eric Schmidt (Google), and Jerry Yang (Yahoo!) will participate in a televised round-robin Dance Dance Revolution, SingStar, and Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock contest, where the overall winner will be formally recognized as the CEO of the new company, Yahooglesoft. The remaining two participants, along with existing members of the Board of Directors from Microsoft, Google, and Yahoo! will participate in a round-robin Rock-Paper-Scissors contest to establish a new Board of Directors at Yahooglesoft.
The new company, Yahooglesoft, will be formally established on May 1, 2008, and be based out of the Bermuda Triangle, before shifting to Virgle City in 2108.

Members of the press are encouraged to submit questions and statements to www.yahooglesoft.com/press. A mobile-friendly version of the web site is available at m.mobile.we-just-cant-standardize-mobile-urls.yahooglesoft.mobi."



Wow. Time to contact my stockbroker.


Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Zune Marketplace Freebie: "Raquel" by Neon Neon

Posted by Darius Wey in "Zune Media" @ 08:30 PM

http://social.zune.net/my/ContentRe...ca-0019b92a3933

Another week and another Zune Marketplace freebie that you can download, play back, burn to a CD, and sync to your Zune device. A Zune account is required in order to download the free content. Clicking on the download link below will automatically launch the Zune software and take you to the artist's page, so please ensure that the software is installed on your PC.



"Raquel" by Neon Neon
Genre: Rock
Length: 5:02

This track is available as a freebie for a limited time only. Click here to download.


Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Microsoft Giving Away Zunes!

Posted by David Tucker in "Zune News" @ 08:16 PM

http://www.windowslive-hotmail.com/...e_Zune_Email_EN

Oh, Microsoft, you’re sneaky! But that’s ok because you’re giving out free swag. From today until March 31st, Microsoft is giving away a free Zune 8! There is a catch, however. You have to log in via your web enabled phone to Hotmail and send Microsoft an email from there. And that’s how they’re sneaky: pushing Hotmail and the Zune at you all at once. I hope I win! And, well, good luck to the rest of you. Maybe.

Good eye, Susan, at Got Zune for spotting this.

Tags: Zune, microsoft, free

Gates Says Yahoo! Bid Won't Change; Proxy Fight In the Works?

Posted by Darius Wey in "Digital Home News" @ 05:00 PM

"Whether Microsoft intends to take its case to Yahoo shareholders, and maybe raise its offer in so doing, remains well within the company's rights. Nonetheless, Bill Gates said, at the very least, that a price hike wasn't necessary. A multitude of press sources presented conflicting reports on Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates' comments following a speech at Stanford University yesterday. What Gates apparently said was that Microsoft has no plans to raise its $31 per share cash/stock bid for Yahoo, and that's the part that Reuters, the Associated Press, and The New York Times agreed upon. What they disagree upon is what he actually meant -- specifically, whether "no" means "yes." The confusion led MarketWatch this morning to simply report the conflicting stories as they appeared to stand, with the Times backing the AP's account that Microsoft could raise its bid through a proxy campaign with Yahoo's shareholders, and Reuters sticking with Gates' literal meaning... The news, such as it was, triggered a selloff in Yahoo shares this morning on the NASDAQ stock exchange, falling 2% in share value by 11:00 am EST to about $29. Last Thursday at mid-day, Yahoo share value peaked at about $30.25 -- very close to the point where Microsoft would probably have had to raise its bid anyway. So Gates' comments may have had the desired effect: tapering off the public value of Yahoo somewhat below the price Microsoft is willing to pay."



It's been a quiet few days on the Microhoo! front, but reports are in that Microsoft's initial bid of $44.6 billion, which Yahoo! claimed massively undervalued the company, will remain unchanged. Instead, it looks increasingly likely that Microsoft will rely on a proxy fight to take control of Yahoo!'s board and thus see the bid go through. It's certainly not the tidiest way to go about it, but I guess if Microsoft wants results without breaking the bank any more than it has to, it'll do whatever it takes to make this acquisition happen.


Monday, February 11, 2008

Microsoft to Yahoo!: We're Not Giving Up!

Posted by Darius Wey in "Digital Home News" @ 07:30 PM

http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/...t-response.mspx

"Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT) today issued the following statement in response to the announcement by Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) that its Board of Directors has rejected Microsoft’s previously announced proposal to acquire Yahoo!: It is unfortunate that Yahoo! has not embraced our full and fair proposal to combine our companies. Based on conversations with stakeholders of both companies, we are confident that moving forward promptly to consummate a transaction is in the best interests of all parties. We are offering shareholders superior value and the opportunity to participate in the upside of the combined company. The combination also offers an increasingly exciting set of solutions for consumers, publishers and advertisers while becoming better positioned to compete in the online services market. A Microsoft-Yahoo! combination will create a more effective company that would provide greater value and service to our customers. Furthermore, the combination will create a more competitive marketplace by establishing a compelling number two competitor for Internet search and online advertising. The Yahoo! response does not change our belief in the strategic and financial merits of our proposal. As we have said previously, Microsoft reserves the right to pursue all necessary steps to ensure that Yahoo!’s shareholders are provided with the opportunity to realize the value inherent in our proposal.""



Long story short, Microsoft is a little disappointed, but undeterred by Yahoo!'s rejection of the $44.6 billion bid, and seems intent on pressing on with the potential acquisition one way or the other. It's unclear what will unfold in the days ahead. We may see the initial bid get pushed to a staggering $57+ billion, or more realistically, we may see it stay as-is and go directly through the shareholders in an attempt to put pressure on Yahoo!'s Board of Directors. Get out the popcorn, folks. This is proving to be one exciting corporate tennis match.


Saturday, February 9, 2008

Yahoo! Set to Reject Microsoft Bid

Posted by Darius Wey in "Smartphone News" @ 03:50 PM

http://blog.wired.com/business/2008...-and-bytes.html

"Yahoo's board is planning to reject Microsoft's $44.6 billion offer, arguing that it "massively undervalues" the company, according to a Wall Street Journal report. The board reportedly won't consider an offer below $40 per share, which, as we understand it, was a number that was tossed around by Microsoft last year. The board also argues that the current offer doesn't adequately reflect the risk that the deal could be overturned by regulators. The board is reportedly planning on sending a letter on Monday, a little more than a week after Microsoft submitted an unsolicited bid of $31 per share, or $44.6 billion, for Yahoo... Given the size of Microsoft's bid, the likelihood of a higher offer from another bidder is minuscule and the list of potential suitors is very short. Still, Yahoo is rumored to be toying with the idea reorganizing the company and outsourcing its search-based advertising to Google in an effort to bolster revenue and remain a standalone company. Some industry watchers have also speculated that Yahoo could be trying to arrange an alternative deal with AOL."



According to reports on the WSJ and NYT, Yahoo! is set to officially reject Microsoft's bid of $44.6 billion on Monday. It's been claimed that Yahoo! considers anything less than $40 per share a slap in the face, so I guess the ball's in your court, Microsoft. Will you raise the stakes with an even bigger debt-inducing bid of $57+ billion? Or allow Google to feel comforted knowing that Microhoo! is still light years away.


Friday, February 1, 2008

Microsoft Proposes Acquisition of Yahoo!

Posted by Darius Wey in "Zune News" @ 06:30 AM

http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/press/2008/feb08/02-01CorpNewsPR.mspx?rss_fdn=Press Releases

"Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT) today announced that it has made a proposal to the Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) Board of Directors to acquire all the outstanding shares of Yahoo! common stock for per share consideration of $31 representing a total equity value of approximately $44.6 billion. Microsoft’s proposal would allow the Yahoo! shareholders to elect to receive cash or a fixed number of shares of Microsoft common stock, with the total consideration payable to Yahoo! shareholders consisting of one-half cash and one-half Microsoft common stock. The offer represents a 62 percent premium above the closing price of Yahoo! common stock on Jan. 31, 2008. "We have great respect for Yahoo!, and together we can offer an increasingly exciting set of solutions for consumers, publishers and advertisers while becoming better positioned to compete in the online services market," said Steve Ballmer, chief executive officer of Microsoft. "We believe our combination will deliver superior value to our respective shareholders and better choice and innovation to our customers and industry partners.""



2007 was a busy year for acquisitions, and 2008 looks to continue the trend if Yahoo! accepts Microsoft's acquisition proposal valued at $44.6 billion. Yahoo! offers some great services for desktops and mobile devices and there's huge potential in integrating these into Microsoft's arsenal of complementary and competitive offerings. But there's also the risk of Yahoo!'s services biting the dust if Microsoft fails to use them advantageously. Such flops have happened in the history of corporate mergers and acquisitions and there's always a chance it'll happen again.

So, Jerry, what's it going to be? Accept or reject? And for the rest of you, drop your thoughts on this possible acquisition in this thread.

Update: The word from Yahoo! so far has been nothing more than confirmation that an evaluation of the proposal is taking place and that it's being performed in the context of Yahoo!'s strategic plans and maximized long-term value for shareholders. Check out their press release, corporate blog post, and FAQ for more. We'll keep you updated with the latest as it occurs.


Monday, January 7, 2008

CES 2008: Bill Gates' Keynote

Posted by Darius Wey in "Zune Talk" @ 01:38 AM



Prior to this keynote, Bill Gates had presented at CES eleven times. Ten of those were keynotes and eight were given consecutively. This year's was to be his last while in his full-time role at Microsoft. Gates looked back at his first keynote in 1994 - he recalled it with great significance as it was a time when Windows 95 was coming together and the Internet was starting to boom. He spoke of the years following as the first digital decade. A period when the world saw one billion PCs populate homes and businesses around the world, 250 million broadband subscribers, and a growth in mobile phone adoption to 41% of the world's population in 2006. There was a heavy emphasis on the digitalization of audio and visual and how it all came down to software. Software-driven entertainment and connected services were very much the focus of his keynote and what he believed would drive the second digital decade.
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Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Zune Marketplace: Weekly Freebies

Posted by Darius Wey in "Zune Media" @ 02:25 AM

http://social.zune.net/my/ContentRedirect.ashx?mtype=Album&mid=2bdcb100-0100-11db-89ca-0019b92a3933

Another week and another Zune Marketplace freebie that you can download, play back, burn to a CD, and most importantly, sync to your Zune device. A Zune account is required to download the free content. Clicking on any of the links below will automatically launch the Zune software and take you to the artist's page, so please ensure that the software is installed on your PC.



"Witness (1 Hope)" by Various Artists
Genre: Hip-Hop
Length: 4:14

To learn more about Well Deep: Ten Years of Big Dada, visit the Zune Marketplace.


Monday, November 19, 2007

An International Zune User's Guide (Updated)

Posted by Jason Dunn in "Zune Talk" @ 08:00 AM

This article has been updated as of April 2010 to include information on the Zune HD.

The world is a big place, full of people who love gadgets. When a company decides to release a piece of technology in a single country rather than a world-wide release, it never stops determined people from getting the technology. Like a modern-day Robin Hood, eBay is the primary conduit for re-distributing technology marvels from the "haves" to the "have-nots" (profit for the eBay seller is the motive, however). The Zune HD is one such product, released only in the US of A so far. I happen to live in Canada, and can't buy the Zune in my country, or use much of the online functionality - not without a little creativity that is. Welcome to the International Zune User's Guide: everything you need to know about being one of those clandestine folks acquiring and using a Zune HD in a country where Microsoft doesn't officially support you. Everything in this article is from the perspective of someone who lives in Canada, so there may be slight variations depending on where you are in the world.

Purchasing the Product

So you want to buy that shiny new Zune HD, only no retailer or online store in your country carries it. This is probably one of the easier problems to solve: find someone that will ship it to your country. The #1 place to look is eBay, because private sellers are often willing to ship elsewhere in the world in return for a healthy profit. This means you should expect to pay more than retail once all of the final shipping charges are calculated. If you live in Canada like I do, you're in luck: many US-based sellers will ship to Canada. Be wary of inflated shipping charges, though that's likely going to be the price you'll pay for getting it to you. Unfortunately I've seen many Zune HD ads where the seller will not ship outside North America: you'll have to search for sellers that are willing to ship to Canada/Europe/Asia/etc.

Figure 1: Mmm...the tasty Zune HD that Microsoft doesn't want you to buy.

Also be prepared to pay some sort of duty/import tax depending on where you live. If you happen to know someone who lives in the USA, this is the far better route: get them to buy if for you at retail, and ship it to you. You'll get the cheapest possible price overall, and your friend can mark the package with a lower-than-retail price. In Canada, if a product comes in via courier (UPS, FedEx, etc.) and the value is less than $20 CND, there's no brokerage fee. If the value is equal to $20 CND, the brokerage fees start at around $25 and go up from there. Have your friend mark the product as a "not for resale product sample", put a value of $10 on it, and you should be able to receive it without paying anything extra. If the product comes into Canada via the USPS (United States Postal Service), there are no brokerage fees regardless of the price listed: you'll just be paying GST and likely a $5 processing fee.

Zune Marketplace

OK, so you've got the hardware: now what? The Zune HD works great with all the music and content you have on your hard drive, but one of the strengths of the Zune HD(and the iPod for that matter) is that you can access huge online catalogs of music. The problem is, you can't buy those tracks if you live outside the USA. You can't even see the Marketplace tab in the software if your location is set to anything other than USA! It took me a lot of trial and error to figure this out, but I've figured it all out so you don't have to. If you have a Microsoft Passport account (Windows Live ID) associated with an Xbox Live account, it will have your credit card billing profile. You won't be able to use this account with the Zune Marketplace because the Zune Marketplace blocks purchases from credit cards that have non-US billing addresses. Every time I've tried I get an error stating that "Your credit card information is not valid. Please verify and try again." No amount if re-trying will get it accepted in my experience.

Figure 2: The Zune Marketplace that Microsoft doesn't want you to see or use.

The points you might have in your Xbox Live account won't be accessible to you in the Zune Marketplace - in fact, with the new Zune software when I tried to sign in with my "real" Passport account (the one associated with my Xbox Live account) it wouldn't even allow me to sign in, claiming that the "Zune Marketplace was unavailable". As you can tell, the Zune team has done almost everything in their power to block non-US based Zune owners from accessing Zune marketplace content. But where there's a will, there's a way. Follow these steps to get to near-Zune Marketplace bliss:

  1. Go to Passport.com and register a new Windows Live ID. Use any email address you want. When you're creating your profile, select your home country as the United States of America. Use any US address you want: if you have a sense of irony, use 1 Microsoft Way, Redmond, WA, 98052.
  2. You now have a "clean" Windows Live ID without associated credit card information that can be used in the Zune Marketplace - but you need points to do that. And, not surprisingly, you can't purchase points with a non-US credit card. What you need are Xbox Live Points Cards that are sold in the US. Point cards purchased in other countries are geographically linked to that country and are not compatible with the Zune Marketplace. You have two choices at this point: head over to eBay and purchase point cards from a US-based seller (you may want to confirm there are US-based points). The nice thing here is that many sellers will just email you the point codes, meaning they don't care if you're in Poland or the UK. Or, use that friend in the USA again to buy you a points card.
  3. Once you have the point card codes, open the Zune desktop software and log in with your new Windows Live ID. The software may complain about your location setting for your Windows Live ID not matching the location setting on your computer (see below). You'll need to exit the Zune software, go to your Control Panel > Region and Language > Location, and change the location to United States. Open the Zune desktop software and log back in.
  4. Go into Settings > Account > Redeem Code.
  5. Enter in the Xbox Live Points code(s) you have. Those points will be added to your account.
  6. Now giggle like a school-girl as you witness your account fill with points ready for spending. You can use these points to purchase music or music videos from the Zune marketplace, and they'll download and play back on your Zune without any problem.
  7. When you need more points, just repeat steps #2 through #5 again. If you're planning on buying a lot of music, you should probably purchase a few blocks of 4000 points (which cost around $60 USD at retail).

Figure 3: The error screen you'll see if your computer location doesn't match the Live ID location.

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Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Microsoft Announces Intention to Acquire Musiwave

Posted by Darius Wey in "Zune Talk" @ 02:20 AM

http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/press/2007/nov07/11-12ProjectTunesPR.mspx

"Microsoft Corp. today announced it has entered into an exclusivity agreement around its intention to acquire Musiwave SA, an Openwave company and a leading provider of mobile music entertainment services to operators and media companies. The acquisition would bring Musiwave’s relationships with music labels, device makers and mobile operators that deliver digital entertainment to consumers, together with Microsoft’s Connected Entertainment technologies and services, including Windows Mobile, Zune, MSN and Windows Live. Should the transaction proceed, Musiwave would continue to operate out of its current headquarters in Paris."

Microsoft could leverage Musiwave's strengths to give Windows Mobile, MSN, and Windows Live a little more media love, although with Zune being all the rage these days, it wouldn't be a huge surprise seeing it as the centre of attention here. We'll know more once the deal goes through.


Monday, November 12, 2007

Zune.net and Zune Marketplace Down: Updates Imminent (And They're Live!)

Posted by Darius Wey in "Zune Talk" @ 11:00 PM



It looks like Microsoft is working the late-night shift. Both Zune.net and the Zune Marketplace are down, which can only mean one thing: update time! Expect major changes on the other side - new desktop software, a new Zune Marketplace, and new firmware that's ready to rock with all flavours of the new and old Zune. We'll let you know the moment they're available.

Update: And Zune.net is live - with a new face, of course! If you already have the previous Zune software installed, fire it up or pay Microsoft Update a visit to grab the latest version. Otherwise, head over to the Zune Software page to "get the full Zune experience" or just the software itself. While that's downloading, be sure to check out the new Zune Social and new Zune Marketplace (now alive and kicking with DRM-free MP3s, music videos, and podcasts). We'll be covering the latest and greatest of the new Zune experience today, so stay tuned for more!


Zune Marketplace: Weekly Freebies

Posted by Darius Wey in "Zune Media" @ 10:45 PM

http://social.zune.net/my/ContentRedirect.ashx?mtype=Album&mid=03a9af00-0100-11db-89ca-0019b92a3933

Another week and another Zune Marketplace freebie that you can download, play back, burn to a CD, and most importantly, sync to your Zune device. A Zune account is required in order to download the free content. Clicking on any of the links below will automatically launch the Zune software and take you to the artist's page, so please ensure that the software is installed on your PC.



"Crocodile (Oliver Huntemann Remix)" by Underworld
Genre: Electronic/Dance
Length: 8:32

To learn more about Underworld, visit the Zune Marketplace.


Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Zune Marketplace: Weekly Freebies

Posted by Darius Wey in "Zune Media" @ 05:17 AM

http://live.zune.net/ViewZuneRecommendation.aspx?type=albumID&id=2956158

Another week and another Zune Marketplace freebie that you can download, play back, burn to a CD, and most importantly, sync to your Zune device. A Zune account is required to download the free content. Clicking on any of the links below will automatically launch the Zune software and take you to the artist's page, so please ensure that the software is installed on your PC.



"Harmonium" by Rogue Wave
Genre: Rock/Metal
Length: 6:35

To learn more about Rogue Wave, visit Zune.net.


Monday, November 5, 2007

Update Your Zune on November 13

Posted by Darius Wey in "Zune Software" @ 08:30 PM

http://www.zune.net/en-us/meetzune/holiday2007.htm

For existing Zune owners, be sure to mark November 13 on your calendar. A newsletter sent out to subscribers just moments ago confirms this as update day for both the Zune software and Zune hardware. In theory, Microsoft Update will dutifully handle the update process; if not, there'll always be Zune.net for the good ol' manual download and install.

You joined the social last year. This year, you make it you.


Sunday, October 7, 2007

Zune Marketplace: Weekly Freebies

Posted by Darius Wey in "Zune Media" @ 04:06 AM

This week offers two new Zune Marketplace freebies that you can download, play back, burn to a CD, and most importantly, sync to your Zune device. A Zune account is required in order to download the free content. Clicking on any of the links below will automatically launch the Zune software and take you to the artist's page, so please ensure that the software is installed on your PC.



"Is There A Ghost?" by Band of Horses
Genre: Rock/Metal
Length: 3:00

To learn more about Band of Horses, visit Zune.net.



"Food For My Soul" by The Dragons
Genre: Rock/Metal
Length: 4:02

To learn more about The Dragons, visit the Zune Marketplace.


Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Sizing It Up: iPod nano (2G) vs. iPod nano (3G) vs. Zune (4GB/8GB)

Posted by Darius Wey in "Smartphone Talk" @ 11:08 PM

http://www.sizeasy.com/page/size_comparison/5890-iPod-nano-Second-Generation-vs-iPod-nano-Third-Generation-vs-Zune-4GB-8GB



As promised, here's the size comparison of the flash-based second- and third-generation iPod nano and the 4GB/8GB Zune. Enjoy!


Sizing It Up: iPod classic (80GB) vs. iPod touch vs. Zune (30GB) vs. Zune (80GB)

Posted by Darius Wey in "Zune Talk" @ 10:55 PM

http://www.sizeasy.com/page/size_comparison/5891-iPod-Classic-80GB-vs-iPod-Touch-vs-Zune-30GB-vs-Zune-80GB



Here we go: a size comparison of the 80GB iPod classic, iPod touch, 30GB Zune, and 80GB Zune. Despite sporting a larger screen (please tell us its resolution, Microsoft), the 80GB Zune is noticeably smaller than its predecessor, the 30GB Zune. Thanks to Zune Thoughts reader, enemes, for getting the ball rolling. We'll have a comparison of the flash-based iPod nano and Zune for you in just a moment.


Thursday, September 13, 2007

Zune Marketplace: Weekly Freebies

Posted by Darius Wey in "Zune Media" @ 11:00 AM

http://live.zune.net/ViewZuneRecommendation.aspx?type=playlistID&id=16843953

It's been a month since we last saw a freebie on the Zune Marketplace. Why the hiatus? Your guess is as good as ours, but let's not digress. The freebies have returned, so here's the customary link to this week's track that you can download, play back, burn to a CD, and most importantly, sync to your Zune device. A Zune account is required in order to download the free content. Clicking on any of the links below will automatically launch the Zune software and take you to the artist's page, so please ensure that the software is installed on your PC.



"Africa" by Habib Koite
Genre: World
Length: 4:51

To learn more about Habib Koite, visit the Zune Marketplace.


Saturday, August 4, 2007

Zune Marketplace: Weekly Freebies

Posted by Darius Wey in "Zune Media" @ 08:55 PM

http://live.zune.net/ViewZuneRecommendation.aspx?type=playlistID&id=16843726

Another week and another Zune Marketplace freebie that you can download, play back, burn to a CD, and most importantly, sync to your Zune device. A Zune account is required in order to download the free content. Clicking on any of the links below will automatically launch the Zune software and take you to the artist's page, so please ensure that the software is installed on your PC.



"Bones" by Editors
Genre: Rock/Metal
Length: 4:04

To learn more about Editors, visit Zune.net.


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