From: Flick Harrison (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Apr 10 2008 - 17:34:17 PDT
More like: you supply the storage space, we license the content to
you for 2 viewings / 30 days whichever comes first, after which it
Physical ownership of media is a problem for rights-holders; they
can't control it once you have a hardcopy severed from the net
"I'm sorry, your copy of Star Wars is not licensed for viewing in a
room with 4 or more people present. Please report for termination!"
What's most worrying is the archival quality / locale for all this
stuff. Twenty years from now, will people be able to watch their
youtube videos? That is, after youtube goes belly-up and their site,
one sudden day, has been blanked? Will every household need to cold-
store a full computer system (monitor, cpu, os, plug-ins) from each
epoch? I.e. there's pictures and writing I did on my Commodore 64
that is now inaccessible unless I re-assemble a system, not to
mention deterioration of the floppies.
On the other hand, not sure if you yanks heard about this hilarious
Saskatchewan scandal, always check your old videocameras for
forgotten cassettes before discarding / storing them:
* FLICK's WEBSITE:
* BLOG / NEWS:
On 10-Apr-08, at 1:05 PM, Wesley Smith wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 1:00 PM, db <email suppressed> wrote:
>> everything delivered on solid-state memory sticks?
>> or, you buy the memory sticks, we supply the download locale?
> More like an implant in your brain 70 years out.
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.