But, at the end of the day, I'll still keep my last two thousand or so in my library.
Some of these are really quite inventive...
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- Surely ownership just means being able to gain full benefit of a thing whenever you want it? Why would you care about anything apart from that? besides, lets say a book is in your possession for 20 years. What fraction of that time is spent actually reading it? What do you do for the rest of the time? Gaze at it longingly?May 29, 2012
- With DRM, you typically don't have the full benefit of a file whenever or however you want it. In fact, with DRM in place, you typically lose many of the benefits of even physical books, e.g., the ability to share or resell the book.May 29, 2012
- Music creation costs much more still you can buys track for mere .99.May 29, 2012
- Cant comment on music production vs book production ...but I am sure someone would sell you a chapter of their book for $0.99!May 29, 2012
- Chapter is different from track. A track is not incomplete if you don't listen to the remaining ones unless you are listening to The Wall.May 29, 2012
- My band's second EP was recorded and mixed in an extremely prestigious recording studio in 5 days and cost £800. It sold out 2000 disks. Production cost including food and "whatnot" whilst recording = £1000 / 2000 disks sold = 50p per 5 track EP. That is less than $0.99. (EDIT) - forgot pressings etc, another £500. So 1500/2000 = 75 per disk.May 29, 2012