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I Am Skooter
So here's us, on the raggedy edge.
But there is no sunken treasure / Rumored to be / Wrapped inside my ribs / In a sea black with ink I am so / Out of tune / With you
— Jeff Tweedy, Sunken Treasure
April 7, 2007
Perspective on Digital Media Downloads

The New York times offers an op-ed from a music retailer explaining why the RIAA has effectively shot itself in the foot.

Spinning Into Oblivion - New York Times

The sad thing is that CDs and downloads could have coexisted peacefully and profitably. The current state of affairs is largely the result of shortsightedness and boneheadedness by the major record labels and the Recording Industry Association of America, who managed to achieve the opposite of everything they wanted in trying to keep the music business prospering. The association is like a gardener who tried to rid his lawn of weeds and wound up killing the trees instead.

Posted by skooter at 4:41 PM This entry is filed under Music.
This entry is tagged: Apple, Music, RIAA iTunes

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