I'm stoked that Mike featured my video here. Thanks a mil! I'm an avid reader although I don't comment much. I've learned a lot here. Reading this blog led me to James Boyle's book "The Public Domain." which inspired this.(You're absolutely right Mike, Chapter 6)
@eldavojohn, Point taken re: the editing. It's easy to get carried away with Sony Vegas' transition effects. The interview with Nile Rodgers was worth noting, as Mike correctly pointed out, he described his music as sacred when talking about how Rappers Delight sampled it without permission. Later he admits that he took lyrics almost verbatim from Milton Adger's song.
@Huph, I actually like Good Times better. (: Rapper's Delight also took lyrics from a widely known rapper (at the time) Grandmaster Caz. Copyright failed him in this instance.
@ltlw0lf, Thanks. I'm going to up my video editing skills for the next one.