In “How Napster changed the world,” Don Dodge notes “
Pioneers are usually unsuccessful“. I think there is some truth in considering iTUNES and iPOD rather followers than pioneers. Reference: Apple’s strategy a familiar tune. Matthew Yi, SF chronicle, August 16, 2004
The concept: the whole entire music library FITS IN YOUR POCKET. Steve Jobs seems to intend to be a market leader when he knew there was no market leader.
Sales of Music, Long in decline, Plunge sharply, originally WSJ
Music in an abundance economy, the long tail , as well as “ Give away the music, sell the show.”
The New Economics of Music: File Sharing and Double Moral Hazard / Umair Haque
digital music section, shark jumping
is music dead?
Looking beyond iPhones / David Kirkpatrick
Don Dodge makes
an analogy between the habits of a mouse to that of the music industry .
David Kirkpatrick of Fortune notes in “
How Viacom could really protect its content“:
Some people, in the end, did stop downloading free music, but it wasn’t because of the record company lawsuits, for the most part. It was because Apple created a convenient and affordable way to get music legally, called iTunes.
Mark Cuban says
CD is dead.
EMI and Apple say no DRM for you. The step is being made almost 60 days after Steve Jobs post his thoughts on music.
Yahoo’s new media device, reported by Arrington, somewhat similar what Rojas, Winer, and, Calacanis talking about a few months ago.
Here is the list I think I’d need to digest (turned out to be kinda bookmarks, obviously). But I haven’t, so I can’t make any comment yet:
Video Sharing Sites Offer Different Monetization Schemes……but “Don’t Give Up the Day Job”
How Not to Think Strategically about the Future of Media
Working For Free
YouTube: What Google CEO Eric Schmidt really thinks
Google Video Search vs Gootube – which will win?
10 implications of YouTube Revenue-Sharing model
Is Google a media company?
YouTube and the Value of Video Content Hosting, Distribution, and Discovery
Make way of copyright chaos / Lessig (NY Times, registration NOT required)
Edge Patters: Rights shift, where Umair says his paper could be a place to start.
Viacom drops a $1 billion nuke on google /techcrunch
A quick note on DMCA safe harbors, Youtube, Viacom as well as You Go Viacom!, both by Mark Cuban
On Trial: The Digital Millennium Copyright Act /WSJ Law blog
Viacom V. Google Could Shape Digita Future (originally appeared on WSJ)
Copyright is a political issue / Fred Wilson
I want my MTV 2.0
Google sued viacom? I told you so
How Not to think strategically about the future of
Viacom Vs. YouTube a “geological” shift in media landscape / Ad Age.
At google, the search is on for a new approach to old media / knowledge@wharton
Unsafe Harbors for Viacom and Google / Edge Perspectives
Google Gooses Big Media /TIME
how viacom could really protect its content
Could filtering become a fiasco for YouTube?
Does NewsNBCUniversalTube stand a chance?
Infectious video / Jeff Jarvis
Congress is real villain in Viacome-Google fight
Catching Google’s YouTube won’t be easy
So … YouTube’s Toast?
Cuban v. EFF on YouTube
Thinking strategically about search
Push come to Shove for Content of Web Video / NYT
YouTube – Big Media Video: Revenue Splits and the real Stumbling Block
Viacom video accounts for only 2% in YouTube. Very interesting.
DRMに意味なし」と(No meaning in DRM)。 via Buzzmachine.
Dave Winer はPR手法としてさらにつっこんだ見方
Fred Wilson は Jobsを応援
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Titled “The differences between culture and code”
Thanks Joi Ito for pointing me at the inspiring lecture by Lawrence Lessig, who is a law professor at Stanford Law School and the author of best selling book
code Now the book itself comes in wiki. Still somewhat technical (to me, at least), it nicely summarises what copyright, DRM and/or intellectual property rights mean and will mean to us. I think it is also about the bottom-up take over, which Kevin Kelly suggested, from another perspective.
Came in Google video (not in YouTube), especially good to watch in a happy new year mode.
伊藤穣一さんのブログに感謝。スタンフォード大ロースクール教授のLawrence Lessig氏のレクチャビデオです（もちろん英語です。）。英語が聞き取れない箇所もあり、テクニカルな部分もあり、普段はあまり著作権とかそういう関連は疎い僕にとっては、ありがたいですね。メディアの世界で進行中のBottom Up takeoverを考える上でも重要な視点かと思う。テレビの新春番組みてるよりずっとおもしろい。
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