AG

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AGAttorney General
AGAktiengesellschaft (German: Stock Corporation)
AGAccountant General
AgArgentum (silver)
AGAgent General
AGAutomotive Group
AGAssembly of God Church
AGAbove Ground
AGAge Group
AGAssemblies of God
AGAll Good
AGAmerican Girl
AGAlgeria
AGAccess Gateway
AGAction Group
AGAntigua and Barbuda
AGAl Gore
AGAmtsgericht (German district court)
AGAuditor General (Canada)
AGArbeitsgruppe (German: Working Group)
AGAgronomy
AGAnything Goes (Guns N' Roses song)
AGAargau (Swiss canton)
AGAuftraggeber (German: contractee)
AGAssemblée Générale (French: General Assembly)
AGAgility
AgAntigen
AGAlgebraic Geometry (branch of pure mathematics)
AGAbout good (coin collectin, grade)
AGAngular
AGAcid Gas
AGAccess Grid
AGAnalysis Group (CEOS)
AGAcapulco Gold (marijuana strain)
AGAmerican Greetings Corporation
AGArroyo Grande (California)
AGAnti-Glare
AGAustralia Group
AGAdjutant General
AGAssistance Group
AGAddicting Games
AGAli G (TV show)
AGAnnual Gathering (Mensa's annual national convention)
AGApplication Gateway
AGArgovie (Swiss Canton)
AGAll Grain (home brewing)
AGAbout Good (numismatics; worst condition of ordinary coin)
AGActivity Group
AGArabian Gulf
AGAmy Grant (recording artist)
AGAssurances Générales (Belgian Insurance Company)
AGAnother Girl (Beatles song)
AGAudiogalaxy
AGArtes Gráficas (Guatemala)
AGApplication Generator
AGAir-to-Ground
AGAuthors Guild
AGAccess Group
AGArmed Guard
AGAstronomische Gesellschaft
AGAminoglutethimide
AGArmy Group
AGAustralian Geographic (magazine)
AGAutorità Giudiziaria (Italian: Judicial Authority)
AGAnion Gap
AGAssociated Grocers (New England)
AGAccess Granted
AGAnti-Gas
AGAcademically Gifted
AGAgrigento, Sicilia (Italian province)
AGArt Guild
AGArthur Guinness
AGAdministrator General
AGAdrenaline Gamer
AGAttribute Group (GDMO)
AGAttogram (10 E^-18, one quintillionth)
AGAttack Group
AGAccess Grant
AGArresting Gear
AGAerographer's Mate (USN Rating)
AGArtificial Gravity
AGAgent Group (Sprint)
AGAnestesia General (Spanish, French: general anesthesia)
AGAlbert Gore Jr. (former US vice president)
AGAlternating Gradient
AGAntenna Group
AGAccredited Genealogist
AGAirlift Group
AGAssistance Groups
AGAddress Generator
AGAndean Group
AGArea Governor
AGAdjutant General's Corps
AGAdministrative Guide
AGAmbiguously Gay
AGAuxiliary Generator
AGAdenine-Guanine
AGAgriculture Glossary
AGAttitude Gyro (NASA)
AGAkademija za Glasbo (Music Academy; Ljubljana, Slovenia)
AGAnti-Ground
AGArmy Guidance
AGAl Greenspan (Federal Reserve Board chairman)
AGAuxiliary Graph (optical network)
AGAdjacency Graph
AGArray Gain
AGAlexander Graham Middle School (Charlotte, NC)
AGAdaptive Graphics
AGAttack Guidance
AGAnthony Gancarski (American journalist)
AGAnimo Grato (Latin: with a grateful mind, epigraphy)
AGAlbright Green (band from Washington, DC)
AGAsistencia Global (Guatemala insurance agency)
AGÁceros de Guatemala (Guatemala, steel industry)
AGAceros de Guatemala (Guatemala)
AGApocalypse Gaming (video game community)
AGAnderson and Gill (Reliability Model)
AGAssociated Geosciences (Calgary, AB, Canada)
AGAltitude Gauge
AGAlter Guild
AGAxiogingival
AGAgens Gratiam (Latin: Thankful, epigraphy)
AGAravind Ghosh
AGAll Guide Inc. (Korea)
AGAlphabet Goddess
AGAni-Gamers
AGAdvocate General (various nations)
AGAdrian Gonzalez (baseball player)
AGAlchemy Gothic
References in periodicals archive ?
Before the P2P revolution, more specifically before the advent of KaZaa and Audiogalaxy (the first P2P applications to include sharing of other formats besides mp3, unlike Napster), a language teacher had to physically be in the target country, spending time and energy videotaping music videos and TV shows from regular TV broadcasts.
AUDIOGALAXY, a file-sharing site making music available for free downloading, has removed most of its music files.
In a decision with wide implications for other sites, Audiogalaxy, which has about 50 million users, has been forced to remove all non-copyright tracks and pay a ``substantial sum'' to resolve the case against it.
SOMETHING rather peculiar is happening on file-sharing networks like AudioGalaxy, Gnutella or KaZaa.
Couple this with peer to peer hosting technology spearheaded by Napster and now used by the likes of Audiogalaxy and there's very little music that's not actually available for just the cost of a phone call.
As it stands today, Napster is moribund (though Audiogalaxy and other rivals are still flourishing); the music companies say they plan to roll out digital distribution systems soon, but consumers are still waiting to see a new paradigm that they like.
Users of popular Napster replacement Audiogalaxy, for example, may not be aware that Gator is installed by default.
By the time you read this Audiogalaxy, KaZaA, Gnutella, BearShare, and Morpheus may have been shut down.
Users of popular Napster replacement Audiogalaxy have found that Gator is installed by default, unless they choose the 'custom installation'.
They're springing up by the week, with quirky names like KaZaA, Limewire, Gnotella, Napigator and AudioGalaxy.
Audiogalaxy, the second most popular file-sharing application, had 978,000 unique visitors in May 2001, up 78 percent from March 2001, the first month it was reportable.
Leyshon (2003), having observed early P2P services like Audiogalaxy and Gnutella, in fact defines them as "inverse" gift economies, since "objects are not actively 'given' by one actor to another" (p.