Well off topic as far as stones are concerned but relevant to this thread.. John Peel's complete record collection is to be made into a virtual museum to which (I don't know if you have to pay) you can subscribe to. Someone I miss greatly on the radio!
"John Peel's huge record collection is to be made available as part of an interactive online museum.
The late BBC Radio 1 DJ's personal archive of 25,000 albums, 40,000 singles and thousands of other CDs will become part of experimental online service The Space, which is funded by the Arts Council and supported by the BBC.
Tom Barker of the John Peel Centre for Creative Arts said: "It is the first step in creating an interactive online museum with access to the entire collection, one of the most important archives in modern music history."
Collaborator Eye Film and Television's Frank Prendergast explained: "The idea is to digitally re-create John's home studio and record collection, which users will be able to interact with and contribute to, while viewing Peel's personal notes, archive performances and new filmed interviews with musicians."
Peel's widow Sheila Ravenscroft added that the broadcaster's family is pleased to allow fans to listen to the collection, which she described as "only the beginning".
"We're very happy that we've finally found a way to make John's amazing collection available to his fans, as he would have wanted. This project is only the beginning of something very exciting."