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Ice-Water, Digital Distribution, and Social Costs

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 The essay is looking good. Nice work. I hope these comments are helpful.

-- BrianS - 24 Nov 2009


Thanks for commenting.

This is likely my fault in for not being clearer in the introduction, but I am not trying to say that we should shift gains from authors to society. What I hope I do say is that if we decide to continue granting these rights to artists (instead of alternatives) we should recognize how it fundamentally alters the system of how works are distributed, at significant cost. I will take a hard look at the introduction to see if I can make the point clearer the next time I revise. I think part of the problem is that I feel like I need to provide context for the reader by way of introduction to the concept of MC=0 and how that is changing the industry before launching into my analysis, which may set the wrong context for the point in the third introductory paragraph. If you have some thoughts, I would love to hear them.

-- JustinColannino - 24 Nov 2009

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