Citations, Interviews, and Media Mentions

Since publications, citations, interviews, and even media mentions are the currency of an academic career, on this page I do my best to list not only all publications with which I have been involved, but also the various citations, interviews, and mentions related to each of these works. Special thanks to scholar.google.com for their effort to find out when and where academic papers are being cited.

Interviews and Media Mentions

Hamon, T. (2017). Tech companies face growth challenges in Charlottesville. CBS 19 Newsplex, May 1, 2017.

Jackson, C. (2016). Think starting new companies is only for the young? These founders say otherwise. Chicago Tribune, December 13, 2016.

Popken, B.  (2016). Songwriters accuse radio stations of ‘illegal cartel’. NBC News, December 9, 2016.

Richardson, A. (2016). Local startups need more common space, connections to thrive. Cville Tomorrow, June 11, 2016.

Abbruzzese, J. (2015). Sorry, Taylor Swift: 3 months of Apple Music royalties won’t even buy you a sushi lunch. Mashable.com, June 23, 2015.

McKinney, K. (2015). Jay Z’s Tidal costs too much money to be the future of music. Vox.com, March 31, 2015.

Booton, J. (2015). Tech companies are taking over music-industry revenues. Marketwatch.com, March 20, 2015.

Peoples, G. (2015). It’s volume silly: Thinking global on digital music revenues. Billboard.com, January 21, 2015.

Dredge, S. (2015). Should music subscription prices come down? 2011 may have the answer. MusicAlly, January 20, 2015.

Bylin, K. (2014). Beats Music: Crowded Market Gains New Rival. Hypebot, January 22, 2014.

Gottfried, G. (2014). Eurosonic Noorderslag 2014: Spins, Sales & Streams. MusikMarkt, January 17, 2014.

Orlowski, A. (2014). Spotify drops time limits on free listening, music-lovers cheer. The Register, January 16, 2014

Kühnrich, T. (2014). Querschläge: Ist Streaming der Untergang der Kunst? Bonedo Magazin, January 10, 2014.

Day, P. & Pritchard, C. (2014). The Music Industry. BBC Radio 4 and BBC World Service, January 2, 2014.

Prashar, B.P. (2013). How to create a meaningful founders’ agreement. Forbes, November 13, 2013.

Peoples, G. (2013). Business Matters: Are radio royalties fair? Billboard, September 27, 2013.

Moskowitz, R. (2013). 5 more tips for avoiding small business legal potholes. Intuit.com, August 20, 2013.

Penenberg, A. (2013). How Apple could destroy Spotify, MOG, Pandora, and the rest. PandoDaily, August 2, 2013.

US Department of Commerce, Internet Policy Task Force (2013). Copyright Policy, Creativity, and Innovation in the Digital Economy. Washington, DC.

Dredge, S. (2013). Spotify vs Musicians: 10 things to read to better understand the debate. The Guardian, July 29, 2013.

Maloney, P. (2013). Two important factors to consider in comparing Pandora, Apple streaming royalties. Radio and Internet Newsletter, July 12, 2013.

McMillan, G. (2013). Is Pandora really short-changing artists? Wired: Underwire, July 3, 2013.

Peoples, G. (2013). How Pandora pays less — and more — than radio. Billboard: Business Matters, July 1, 2013.

Arthur, C. (2013). Boot up: Apple’s radio problem, dumping YouTube, Asus’s 3-in-1 and more. The Guardian, June 4, 2013.

Dredge, S. (2013). Writing or speaking about streaming music screwing artists? Read these articles first. MusicAlly, February 13, 2013.

Bylin, K. (2013). Daisy chain: Dying music industry sprouts new hope. Hypebot, February 12, 2013.

Peoples, G. (2012). Streaming Services Pay Far Better Than Terrestrial Radio. Billboard, December 10, 2012.

Peoples, G. (2012). If Big Radio Had Pandora’s Royalty Rate, It Would Owe Billions. Billboard, November 20, 2012.

Garziglia, J. (2012). What if radio paid like Pandora pays? Radio Ink Magazine, RadioInk, November 21, 2012.

Comments of multiple witnesses: Joe Kennedy (CEO of Pandora), Howard Berman (D- California), Darrell Issa (R-California), and Bruec Reese (President and CEO, Hubbard Radio). House Committee on the Judiciary: Subcommittee on Intellectual Property, Competition, and the Internet—Hearing on Music Licensing. November 28, 2012.

Griffin, J. (2012). Testimony of Public Knowledge in “Music Licensing Part One: Legislation in the 112th Congress.” Before the U.S. House of Representative Committee on the Judiciary Subcommittee on Intellectual Property, Competition, and the Internet.

Turrini, A., Soscia, I., & Maulini, A. (2012). Web communication can help theaters attract and keep younger audiences. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 18(4), 474-485.

Nielsen, W. S., Hoban, G., & Linder, C. Learning and Teaching in the 21st Century: Realities and Possibilities of Social Media. ASERA 2012.

Laplante, A. (2012, November). Who influence the music tastes of adolescents?: a study on interpersonal influence in social networks. In Proceedings of the second international ACM workshop on Music information retrieval with user-centered and multimodal strategies (pp. 37-42). ACM.

Khuhro, R. A., Bhutto, N. A., Sarki, I. H., & Shaikh, I. A. (2012). Escapism and Conformity: Social Motives for Brand Loyalty of Iconic and Less Iconic Brands.Contemporary Business Studies, 6.

Daniel, J. (2012). Making Sense of MOOCs: Musings in a maze of myth, paradox and possibility. Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 3.

Cummings, J. (2012). The credentialing contradiction at the heart of MOOCs. Educause, September 11, 2012.

Peoples, G. (2012). Digital Services Face 18 Months of Licensing Negotiations, Says Study. Billboard, June 29, 2012.

Brandle, L. (2012). Neil Finn, Missy Higgins, Simon Crean deliver speeches during APRA Song Summit. Billboard, May 29, 2012.

Peoples, G. (2012). Business Matters: Facebook says Spotify has hit 20 million users; Spotify says it ain’t so. Billboard, May 15, 2012.

Clemmitt, M. (2012). Internet Regulation: Are stiffer rules needed to protect web content? Congressional Quarterly Researcher, 22(14), April 2012, 325-348.

Patrick, R. (2012). The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney criticizes Spotify and Sean Parker; Does he have a point? NashvilleScene, March 27, 2012.

Peoples, G. (2012). The bottom line. Billboard Magazine, February 11, 2012.

Bosker, B. & Smith, G. (2012). SOPA Showdown: What’s Next In The Battle Between Hollywood And Silicon Valley. Huffington Post, HuffingtonPost.com, January 18, 2012.

Thorne, L. (2011). Industry opinions: Streaming royalty rates. TheMusicVoid, November 7, 2011. (cited by Savacoa, Head of Content for Spotify)

Head, A. J., & Eisenberg, M. B. (2011). How college students use the Web to conduct everyday life research. First Monday, 16(4).

Wicked Problems. Virginia Insight, WMRA, interview by Tom Graham on July 7, 2011.

Yu, E. (2011). Are Women Entrepreneurs More Likely to Share Power than Men Entrepreneurs in Decision-Making?. International Journal of Business and Management, 6(4), p111.

Chen, Z., Sun, Y., Newman, A., & Xu, W. (2011). Entrepreneurs, organizational members, political participation and preferential treatment: Evidence from China. International Small Business Journal.

Álvarez-Herranz, A., Valencia De Lara, P., & Martínez-Ruiz, M. P. (2011). Aspectos que influyen en la consolidación de empresas: evidencias obtenidas en 14 países. Ingeniare. Revista chilena de ingeniería, 19(2), 233-239.

罗明新, & 马钦海. (2011). 公司政治关联国外研究新进展. 预测, 30(2), 77-80.

Orlowski, A. Creators: EU cares about turnips more than copyright.The Register, June 9, 2011.

Modot, A., Fontanel, H., Garnett, N., Lambert, E., Chaubeau, A., Chung, J. & Jalladeau, P. (2011). The content “flat-rate”: A solution to illegal file sharing? (PDF) Report prepared for and presented to the European Union Directorate General for Internal Policies, Policy Department: Culture and Education.

Peoples, G. (2011). Why Spotify royalties are bigger than radio royalties.Billboard, December 27, 2011.

McWilliams, J. (2011). Coca-Cola turning 125: ‘World’s best brand’ plans to get better with age. Atlanta Journal-Constitution, May 4, 2011.

Olufunmilayo B. A. (2010). YouTube, UGC, and Digital Music: Competing Business and Cultural Models in the Internet Age,Northwestern University Law Review, 104(2), 431-475.

Attwell, G., & Hughes, J. (2010). Pedagogic approaches to using technology for learning: literature review. Lifelong Learning UK.

Kot, G. (2010). Future of Music 2010: The wild, wild West’s new sheriff has a tough job ahead of her. Chicago Tribune, October 6, 2010.

Peoples, G. (2010). PRS For Music’s top economist talk about finding ways to compensate piracy-ravaged rights-holders. Billboard, July 31, 2010.

Bradshaw, T. & Bintliff, E. (2010). Songwriter call for music piracy levy. Financial Times, July 13, 2010.

Andrews, R. (2010). ISP music levy, legal P2p back on royalty agenda. Paid Content, July 14, 2010.

PRS calls for piracy levy. MusicWeek, July 14, 2010.

Peoples, G. (2010). New piracy figures. Billboard, June 12, 2010.

Orlowski, A. (2008). A new economics of P2P file sharing. The Register, October 30th, 2008.

Edgecliffe-Johnson, A. (2008). Music industry ‘should embrace illegal websites.’ Financial Times, August 3, 2008.

Van Buskirk, E. (2008). Should music startups give equity to copyright holders? WIRED, May 22, 2008.

Sweeting, P. (2008). Analysis: Signs of intelligent life in the music business. Digital Media Wire, May 26, 2008.

Houghton, B. (2008). Equity versus Cash for rights societies? Hypebot, May 27, 2008.

Nelson, S., & McQueen, A. (2007). Vital Signs: Metro Boston’s Arts and Cultural Nonprofits 1999 and 2004. The Boston Foundation.

Heskett, J. (2006). What happens when the economics of scarcity meets the economics of abundance? Working Knowledge – Harvard Business School, August 4, 2006

Lee, H. (2001). Is anyone listening? The Industry Standard, date.

Koeppel, D. (2000). GUIs just want to have fun. WIRED, 8(10), October 2000. (Sonique)

Sullivan, J. & Jones, C. (1999). More popular than sex. WIRED, October 14, 1999. (Sonique)

Oakes, C. (1999). Net bands vie for shelf space. WIRED, July 16, 1999.

Oakes, C. (1999). Riffage enters E-Music biz. WIRED, June 7, 1999.

Carlozo, L. (1999). Artists, producers and fans plug into Mp3.com’s free music. Chicago Tribune, May 9, 1999.

Mcmanus, T. (1999). Web site delivers goods for a song. Crain’s Chicago Business, April 12, 1999.

Sullivan, J. (1999). Who’s the next lucky MP3 site? WIRED, March 11, 1999.

Sullivan, J. (1999). How to make MP3 pay. WIRED, March 8, 1999.

Pelline, J. (1999). Short take: Noisebox offers MP3 search. C|Net—CBS Interactive, March 3, 1999.

Jones, C. (1999). MP3 artists win an award show. WIRED, February 18, 1999.

Reece, D. (1998). Digital distribution making inroads. Billboard, August 22, 1998.

Touve, D. (1998). Indie leverage. WIRED, 6(9), September 1998.

Citations

DiCola, P. & Touve, D. (2014). Licensing in the shadow of copyright. Stanford Technology Law Review, 17, 397-459.

Cited or mentioned by:

  • Barnettt, J.M. (2015). The anti-commons revisited. Harvard Journal of Law & Technology, 29(1) Fall 2015.
  • Asay, C.D. (2015). Intellectual property law hybridization. Colorado Law Review, 87, pp. 65-139.
  • Asay, C. (2015). Copyright’s technological interdependencies. Stanford Technology Law Review, 18.
  • Loren, L.P. (2014). The dual narratives in the landscape of music copyright Houston Law Review, 52(2), 537-582.
  • Cohen, J.E. (2014). What kind of property is intellectual property? Houston Law Review, 52(2), 691-707.

Chen, Y. & Touve, D., (2011). Conformity, political participation, and economic rewards: The case of Chinese private entrepreneurs. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 28(3), 529-553. DOI: 10.1007/s10490-009-9171-2

Cited or Mentioned by:

  • Dai, W., Alon, I., & Jiao, H. (2015). Financial marketization and corporate venturing in China: the impact of provincial-level institutions on the pharmaceutical sector. Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies7(1).
  • Yiu, D. W., Wan, W. P., Ng, F. W., Chen, X., & Su, J. (2014). Sentimental Drivers of Social Entrepreneurship: A Study of China’s Guangcai (Glorious) Program. 社会创业与情操驱动力: 中国光彩事业研究. Management and Organization Review10(1), 55-80.
  • Keister, L. A., & Borelli, E. P. (2012). Market Transition: An Assessment of the State of the Field. Sociological Perspectives, 55(2), 267-294.
  • Khuhro, R. A., Bhutto, N. A., Sarki, I. H., & Shaikh, I. A. (2012). Escapism and Conformity: Social Motives for Brand Loyalty of Iconic and Less Iconic Brands.Contemporary Business Studies, 6.
  • Chen, Z., Sun, Y., Newman, A., & Xu, W. (2012). Entrepreneurs, organizational members, political participation and preferential treatment: Evidence from China. International Small Business Journal, 30(8), 873-889.
  • Yu, E. (2011). Are women entrepreneurs more likely to share power than men entrepreneurs in decision-making? International Journal of Business and Management, 6(4), p111.
  • Yu, E. (2011). Are Women Entrepreneurs More Likely to Share Power than Men Entrepreneurs in Decision-Making? International Journal of Business and Management, 6(4), p111.
  • Álvarez-Herranz, A., Valencia De Lara, P., & Martínez-Ruiz, M. P. (2011). Aspectos que influyen en la consolidación de empresas: evidencias obtenidas en 14 países. Ingeniare. Revista chilena de ingeniería19(2), 233-239.
  • 罗明新, & 马钦海. (2011). 公司政治关联国外研究新进展. 预测30(2), 77-80.

Tepper, S., Hargittai, E., & Touve, D. (2007). Music, Mavens, and Technology. In S. Tepper & B. Ivey (Eds.), Engaging Art: The Next Great Transformation of America’s Cultural Life: 71-193. New York: Routledge.

Cited or Mentioned by:

  • Van Steen, A., Vlegels, J., & Lievens, J. (2014). On intergenerational differences in highbrow cultural participation. Is the Internet at home an explanatory factor in understanding lower highbrow participation among younger cohorts?. Information, Communication & Society, (ahead-of-print), 1-13.
  • López-Sintas, J., Cebollada, À., Filimon, N., & Gharhaman, A. (2014). Music access patterns: A social interpretation. Poetics46, 56-74.
  • Turrini, A., Soscia, I., & Maulini, A. (2012). Web communication can help theaters attract and keep younger audiences. International Journal of Cultural Policy18(4), 474-485.
  • Nielsen, W. S., Hoban, G., & Linder, C. Learning and Teaching in the 21st Century: Realities and Possibilities of Social Media. ASERA 2012.
  • Laplante, A. (2012, November). Who influences the music tastes of adolescents?: a study on interpersonal influence in social networks. In Proceedings of the second international ACM workshop on Music information retrieval with user-centered and multimodal strategies (pp. 37-42). ACM.
  • Auray, N. (2011). La consommation en régime d’abondance. Revue française de socio-Economie, 8(2), 85-102.
  • Head, A. J., & Eisenberg, M. B. (2011). How college students use the Web to conduct everyday life research. First Monday, 16(4).
  • Attwell, G., & Hughes, J. (2010). Pedagogic approaches to using technology for learning: literature review. Lifelong Learning UK.
  • Smith, T. M. (2009). Review: Steven J. Tepper and Bill Ivey (eds), Engaging Art: The Next Great Transformation of American’s Cultural Life. Journal of Cultural Economics, 33(2), 157-160.
  • Wenzel, J. (2008). Mock Stars: Indie Comedy and the Dangerously Funny. Golden: Speck Press.
  • Erickson, B. H. (2008). The crisis in culture and inequality. In S. Tepper & B. Ivey (Eds.) Engaging Art: The Next Great Transformation of America’s Cultural Life, 343-362. New York: Routledge.

Reports

Touve, D. (2012). Music Startups and the Licensing Drag. Music Business Journal, 8(2), 1-5.

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Touve, D. (2012). UK Radio versus Spotify: A comparison of spins versus streams. Prepared for: Berkman-Berklee Rethink Music Workshop, Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard Law School.

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Touve, D. (2012). Pandora versus broadcast radio: A comparison of adopted and proposed rates for the performance of sound recordings in the US. Prepared for: Berkman-Berklee Rethink Music Workshop, Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard Law School.

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Touve, D. (2012). The innovation paradox: How licensing and copyright impact digital music startups. Prepared for National Association of Recording Merchandisers & DigitalMusic.org.

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Page, W. & Touve, D. (2010). Moving Digital Britain Forward Without Leaving Creative Britain Behind (PDF). Economic Insight, 19(12.07.10).PRS for Music.

Cited or Mentioned by:

  • Modot, A., Fontanel, H., Garnett, N., Lambert, E., Chaubeau, A., Chung, J. & Jalladeau, P. (2011). The content “flat-rate”: A solution to illegal file sharing? (PDF) Report prepared for and presented to the European Union Directorate General for Internal Policies, Policy Department: Culture and Education.
  • Bradshaw, T. & Bintliff, E. (2010). Songwriter call for music piracy levy. Financial Times, July 13, 2010.
  • Andrews, R. (2010). ISP music levy, legal P2p back on royalty agenda. Paid Content, July 14, 2010.
  • PRS calls for piracy levy. MusicWeek, July 14, 2010.
  • Peoples, G. (2010). PRS For Music’s top economist talk about finding ways to compensate piracy-ravaged rights-holders. Billboard, July 31, 2010.

 

Page, W., Carey, C., Touve, D. & McMahon, K. (2009). How to dance to ARPU, when licensees call the tune (PDF). Economic Insight, 16(04.1.09). PRS for Music.

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Touve, D., Page, W., & McMahon, K. (2008). Shadow Pricing P2Pʼs Economic Impact (PDF). Economic Insight, 12(30.10.08). MCPS-PRS Alliance.

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Touve, D. & Page, W. (2008). Should Music Rights Societies Pursue Equity (PDF). Economic Insight, 9(21.06.08). MCPS-PRS Alliance.

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Touve, D., & Tepper, S. (2007). Leisure in America: Searching for the Forest Among the Trees. Prepared for: Getty Leadership Institute, Cultural Organizations and Changing Leisure Trends.

Cited or Mentioned by:

  • Tabarsa, G. A., Tehrani, M., Lotfi, N., Ahadian, M., Baniasadi, A., & Tabarsa, E. (2013). Leisure Time Management: A New Approach toward Employees Loyalty. Journal of Management and Strategy, 4(3), p65.
  • Kikumura, A. (2009). The cultural museum 2.0: Engaging diverse audiences in America. Japanese American National Museum, with support from the James Irvine Foundation.
  • Iyengar, S., Sullivan, S., Nichols, B., Bradshaw, T, Rogowski, K & Bauerlein, M. (2007). To read or not to read: A question of national consequence (PDF). National Endowment for the Arts, Report 47.
  • Nelson, S., & McQueen, A. (2007). Vital Signs: Metro Boston’s Arts and Cultural Nonprofits 1999 and 2004. The Boston Foundation.

 

Essays

Touve, D. (2013). On MOOCs, MOODs and the Future of Higher Education. Huffington Post, Jnauary 25, 2013.

Touve, D. (2012). MOOC’s contradictions. Inside Higher Ed, September 11, 2012.

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Book Reviews

Touve, D. (2010). Book Review: Collective Licensing at the ISP Level. New Matter 35(4), p. 41,43.

Course Materials

Touve, D. The sources of startup funding. Teaching Note.
Touve, D. The varieties of equity. Teaching Note.
Touve, D. Term sheets and preferred shares. Teaching Note.
Touve, D. The varieties of debt. Teaching Note.
Touve, D. Founders’ agreements. Teaching Note.

Presentations and Proceedings

Academic

Touve, D. (2012). Start Making Sense: Understanding Information Processing within Augmented Organizations. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston.

Touve, D. & Barry, B. (2011). The automator’s dilemma: An investigation of the link between automation and the nature of work. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, San Antonio.

Touve, D. (2010). Rich and Powerful: A power-aware theory of the design of organizational media. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Montreal.(

Stansbury, J. & Touve, D. (2009). Moral imagination as a dynamic capability of the firm. Annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Chicago.

Touve, D. (2008). A theory of the technologies for meaningful organizations. Annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim.

Touve, D. 2007. Organizational information asymmetry, media sociability and structural design. Annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia.

Cited or Mentioned by:

    • Kotze, B. F. (2009). Organizational knowledge: discrete manageable item or complex dynamic flow? (Doctoral dissertation, Stellenbosch: University of Stellenbosch).

 

Touve, D. (2006). Reconsidering the consequences of influence tactics: Returning to the work of Falbe and Yukl. Annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Atlanta.

Touve, D. (2006). Social graffiti and the hazardous exchange of adjectives: new forms of social information and identity in online spaces. Annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Montreal.

Tepper, S., Hargittai, E., & Touve, D. (2005). Music, mavens and technology. Annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Philadelphia.

Tepper, S., Hargittai, E., Touve, D. (2005). Have you tried this yet? How college kids sample new music and books. Annual meeting of the Eastern Sociological Association, Washington.

Policy and Practice

Touve, D. (2012). Innovation at the Edge. An investigation of the practices and paradoxes at the boundary of technology and copyright. Bureau International des Societies Gerant les Droits d’Enregistrement et de Reproduction Mecanique (BIEM). Neuilly-sur-Seine, France.

Touve, D. (2012). What is free? Song Summit. Sydney, Australia.

Cited or Mentioned by:

Brandle, L. (2012). Neil Finn, Missy Higgins, Simon Crean deliver speeches during APRA Song Summit. Billboard, May 29, 2012.

Panel — Getting cozy with blanket licenses. 2011 Future of Music Policy Summit panel, Washington D.C.

Touve, D. (2011). Carrots, sticks, and buggy whips. Finding value in a digital economy. CISAC World Copyright Summit, Brussels.

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Touve, D. (2010). Money for Nothing and your Bits for Free. 2010 Future of Music Policy Summit panel, Washington D.C.

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Kot, G. (2010). Future of Music 2010: The wild, wild West’s new sheriff has a tough job ahead of her. Chicago Tribune, October 6, 2010.

Touve, D. (2010). The big question: Is a network license worth doing? Digital Music Roundtable. Kristiannsand, Norway.

Touve, D. (2010). Kontent is Key. Telco 2.0. London, England.

Touve, D. (2010). Recognizing and treating multiple platform disorder. Telco 2.0. London, England.

Page, W. & Touve, D. (2009). Should rights societies pursue equity? CISAC World Copyright Summit, Washington D.C.

Touve, D. (2009). Media is an experience. Telco 2.0. London, England.

Panel — What borders? Music licensing, cultural preservation and artist compensation in an increasingly international marketplace. 2009 Future of Music Policy Summit panel, Washington D.C.

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