From Siberry to Radiohead.
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Canadian musician Jane Siberry captures the attention of the enormously popular Freakonomics blog, garnering some kind words about her pay-as-you-like approach to music downloads.
One of the most important aspects of the ongoing Sony rootkit story has been its impact on musicians. As I noted in a previous post, Business Week has demonstrated how the controversy has had an unmistakable negative impact on music sales for artists with the DRM-infected CDs. A new Business […]
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