College students take to Ruckus | CNET News.com
(Also talks about other music-related services showed at the Digital Music Forum – East.)
Talked about Ruckus and music discovery on one of my other blogs. Still like part of the system as a way to explore musical diversity (especially if they get more diverse music).
The idea, here, is to hook students-as-music-consumers to a music delivery system. Not even sneaky. But a bit ill-advised, IMHO.
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Noticed it in Steal This Film. A very appropriate message. Process over product. Music is not a commodity. Food does not grow on profits.
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Whiney EFF and RIAA knocked by digital license go ahead | The Register :
Under a blanket (or ‘compulsory’ license) for consumer downloads, record labels fear they would lose control of their hard-fought grip on physical distribution channels, and lose control over pricing. In fact, they’d simply have to work harder to gain a bigger share of the pie, and innovate to find new outlets for their copyrighted material.
A bit old by now but this one speaks for itself. Michael Geist always has interesting things to say about these.