I believe a lot of the hardships we face today, and I’m sure I’m far from the first to think this, boils down to one simple fact; we live in a time where information and intellectual property are the most important resources and yet have the least economic value.
Reposted from http://ift.tt/1mkuWmi on July 17, 2014 at 05:54AM
What is the big attraction in music to the global tech-titans? It might be that we are on the cusp of redrawing e-commerce.
It seems that it’s agreed-upon that human curation is the focus of music platforms for now. It’s not clear how that will solve what at least I see as the main issue which is that artists need to be fairly compensated, but it could be a start. I hope that we find a different way besides advertising to make money on internet content in general soon though.
Reposted from http://ift.tt/1mPGjHi on July 14, 2014 at 07:18PM
Let me first start off by saying that I’m a fan of Swift’s. Now, before you chastise this 29 year old dude for his music…
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Nails everything I found wrong with her editorial.