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July 29, 2009

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Tim -- Anderson was pretty much forced to walk the walk on this one, so the book is available (for free) on Scribd: http://www.scribd.com/doc/17135767/FREE-full-book-by-Chris-Anderson-Read-in-Fullscreen for those interested. People who value a more tactile reading experience will have to buy the physical book.

I see the problem as labor quantity is increasing at a lower labor cost. Capital requirements to enter the market are falling (thanks to Freeware). Given this low capital risk, you can still see modest return on investment even at near-free rates.

Sluf

why copyright protected work did not experience a significant price reduction when delivered through Internet (songs, movies...)?

I guess the point is to give and save as much as you can and make your money work for you like the good servant we should strive to be.

Envision yourself meeting Pauline. She will be so taken by your wit and sensitivity that she will invite you to an after hours cocktail parter. You'll meet her dad AND Rick Steeves and they will get in an argument and YOU will referee--they'll like your style and your resolution techniques and agree that you are the exception to the rule and can write for BOTH of them.

How's that for a vision?

He is a good friend that speaks well of us behind our backs.
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