There’s no question that the Internet has dramatically altered the music business. While it’s opened some doors (allowing musicians to self promote and release music cheaply and independently), it’s also posed a tougher question: namely, how to make money. Newly formed nonprofit, Oakland Digital Arts & Literacy Center will hold a workshop on Thursday, Mar. 4, to tackle this subject and others. Entitled “Evolution of the Music Business in Web 2.0,” the free event will feature speakers whose businesses are at the forefront of answering this burning question. Panelists include Alan Khalfin of MixMatchMusic.com, Anthony “Sly” Ramirez of TheSlyShow.com, Ariella Patrice Scott of GenJuice.com, Daniel “Danny Dee” Aguayo of Digipendent.com, Ethan Diamond of Bandcamp.com, Ray Luv of PTBTV Records, and Stephen Hogan of Pandora Internet Radio.