Re: [rumori] Terror in Tune Town (fwd)

From: matt davignon (
Date: Sat Jul 22 2000 - 19:34:27 PDT

Sounds to me like he got all of his news second and third hand. He doesn't
even really know why is getting sued.

What makes the internet music thing so great is that now anyone in America
(or the world) with a computer can find all sorts of music, not just what is
available at the local record store.

It's lots easier for musicians to get their stuff out there and network now,
but most music-buying folks I've met have a strong identity with what they
listen to, so there's not much of a chance of folks changing their music
choices overnight.


>From: "kevin leeeeee" <>
>To: <>
>Subject: Re: [rumori] Terror in Tune Town (fwd)
>Date: Sat, 22 Jul 2000 18:41:14 -0700
> > Terror in Tune-Town: Music Giants Flail Before Download Upstarts
> >
> > by Christopher Byron Bloomberg News
>sounds like this guy is basically telling me to buy stock.
>i dunno, somehow i really can't see the big media giants really going down
>in the long run and copyright laws dissolving into nothingness. just seems
>like a pipe dream to me. a nice one though.
>perhaps if all the big artists and actors decide to abandon the giants and
>go independent and control their own content and distribution...?
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