Orange County Register: Free at last?
Jul 09, 2000, 20:46 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stephen Lynch)
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
[ Thanks to Paul
Eggert for this link. ]
"Without the gloss and heft of a magazine, or the jewel box and
liner notes of an album, a younger generation is, increasingly,
expecting raw information and art to be free. In other words, it's
the packaging that costs money. The words and sounds and images do
not warrant a price tag."
"'Artists and programmers, we're not in the commodity
business anymore,' [Red Hat chairman Robert] Young says.
'We're in the service business.'"
"[Cheskin Research's Steve] Diller adds that the pendulum of the
music business might actually be swinging backward. 'You know, the
music business before the 1950s relied on live performances, not
album sales,' he says. 'Frank Sinatra was not concerned with the
sales of LPs. He wanted people to show up at his concerts.'"
- InternetWorld: Who Gnu? - What Gnutella Reveals About the Flaws of Constraint Models(Jul 09, 2000)
- ZDNet: Berst Alert: What the Recording Industry Must Do to Survive(Jul 06, 2000)
- SF Gate: Internet swaps shake up music industry, put pressure on prices(Jul 06, 2000)
- VNU Net: Napster hides behind 'home recording' law(Jul 05, 2000)
- Web Developer's Journal: No We Won't Pay - MP3 Will Give Streaming a Bloody Nose(Jul 02, 2000)
- PRNewswire: MP3.com's Little Box Opens Global Retail Music Market(Jun 28, 2000)
- CNET News.com: Programmers prepare new, free MP3 format(Jun 16, 2000)
- MP3 and You and Me: The Musician's Association Solution(Jun 13, 2000)
- IT-Director: The [MP3] hippies bite back!(Jun 08, 2000)
- ZDNet UK: Forget Napster, FreeNet is really scary...(Jun 01, 2000)
- CNET News.com: Napster-like technology takes Web search to new level(May 31, 2000)
- Salon: Napster at law [Q&A w/new CEO Hank Barry](May 31, 2000)