Amazon not dancing around with its response to Parler’s lawsuit
Talked about this on the Vergecast this week with @CaseyNewton and @thedextriarchy - marketing your competitor to Twitter as “Twitter, but with more garbage” really opens you up to having a lot of garbage on your platform
Amazon’s full response to Parler’s complaint: courtlistener.com/recap/gov.usco…

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29 Dec 20
I’m on vacation so of course I am thinking about how music is expressed on different formats, like this new Chris Stapleton record I got for Christmas. Note that it only has three tracks on side A and the center is blank - the album came on 2xLPs, like a lot of new vinyl.
My oldest records, like our beloved 1974 copy of Sticky Fingers (with real zipper sleeve!) are packed tight to the center. What’s going on?
The inside of a record spins slower than the outside, so the inner grooves are packed tighter, with more distortion and limited dynamic range. Physical formats have all kinds of weirdness like this that shape music itself. yoursoundmatters.com/vinyl-record-i…
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