(entry last updated: 2002-09-23 18:13:14)
Hoo-bay! Whatever it is that’s going around the MIT campus, it laid me out good. And I’m still not feeling too great.
KaZaA is back at it; and Fortune profiles the Rolling Stones’ business model, while the New York Times looks an a more unconventional model. Also, the Janis Ian interview is at Slashdot.
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- Read all about the Rolling Stones’ business model in Fortune, with commentary from Slashdot
- John Borland reports on the updates to KaZaA, including incorporating voting so spoofed files get blacklisted. And the NYTimes has an article suggesting a partnership with Tiscali Networks is in the offing.
- More on Clean Flicks – this Slashdot discussion shows just how interesting this case is going to be
- Amy Harmon describes just how complex the copyright labyrinth has gotten, even for the companies that seem to own the music they want to put online. “He-said, she said” seems to be the order of the day.
- The New York Times also profiles Grey Eye Glances, and their business model.
- Janis Ian has been making waves since her famous essay; now we get to see a little Q&A on Slashdot. There’s been a lot of internet discussion of her article.
- The start of a cycle of thoughts between Jack Valenti and Dan Gillmor.