Music Industry And Consumers Need Relationship Counseling
from the maybe-we-all-just-need-some-prozac dept
The NY Times has taken a… well… different perspective on the whole music industry question. They’re looking at the fighting between the music industry, Napster (and such companies), artists, and consumers as a question of a loving relationship gone bad – the needs relationship counseling. They even brought in a relationship counselor to give his $250-an-hour opinion. It seems that (say it in a soothing voice, now) the music industry and consumers really do love each other, but don’t trust each other any more, and are struggling to find that “middle ground”.
Comments on “Music Industry And Consumers Need Relationship Counseling”
The music industry must die. Die die die.
Web sites that require a free registration must
also die, but the music industry goes first.
As soon as the masses start using the net to
get music directly from artists who want to
bypass the industry, the industry will die die
die. C’mon people.