The future of music: gigs and t-shirts

Apologies for taking so long to get round to writing this post. That pesky life business getting in the way as usual. In the previous posts in this series I have been waxing lyrical about copyright law and the mistakes the entertainment industry has made in adapting to a world with the internet. Over the […]

The entertainment industry’s wrong turns

Record labels and video distributors had been ticked off by consumers for charging high prices for quite a while. At first the labels got away with it though. This was because they actually added value to the product. They were the only ones who were able to actually deliver the product to consumers efficiently. However, […]

A pot of gold for us all In Rainbows

(Sorry for using that pun, which has now been used by precisely 118,837 people.) Still biding my time before I write my review of Radiohead’s new album, In Rainbows. In the meantime, a bit of number crunching. One of the interesting things about this has been the hype in certain quarters about how high Radiohead […]