has always been more Linux-friendly than other streaming media purveyors, and is now moving closer to the open source camp with its Helix Community
effort. More recently, Real has made a big media splash
by selling downloadable tunes in an iPod-compatible format. Does any of this matter, considering that world + dog seems to be jumping on the downloadable multimedia bandwagon? Can Real once again become "the" streaming media leader? Will Real's 49 cent "limited time only" song download price
force other music download vendors to cut their prices? We have no idea, but hopefully Rob Glaser
does. He's promised to answer your questions personally (rather than have PR people speak for him). So ask whatever you like. We'll forward 10 of the highest-moderated questions to him by email and post his answers soon after he gets them back to us.