Eisner (and his ilk) really expect anyone to take their opinions seriously? Eisner’s FT editorial today was both intellectually lazy and, worse, a very boring read. I call bullshit. Again.
Archives for March 2002
: “I’m not a thief. I’m a customer. When you treat me like a thief, I won’t be your customer.”
Anyone still think the CDA was the worst part of the Telecommunications Reform Act? Hint: it was a smokescreen to deflect criticism and protest over everything else in the law, which of course was signed in 1996.
The Hollywood-Washington axis
is really undergoing a serious period of crisis. Not due to stuff like Napster and such – due to the seeming incompetence of the “entertainment” companies and the politicians in their pocket. Napster was the best thing that could have happened to the music industry. It should have been a cash cow! Anyhow the whole gang has just taken another step towards oblivion with Fritz Hollings’ renamed SSSCA: Anti-Copy Bill Hits DC.
Excuse the silence here lately. My life is simply way too busy for reason at this time, which has severely interfered with my blogging. Between my job, my other job, and my board work and the rest of my life, something had to give.
wrote about what he has learned following an episode in which Google removed the links to his site, isbn.nu. No fault of Google’s, just a glitch in the system really, but it had an interesting impact upon Glenn’s business.
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