Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Why books, CDs, and other tangible forms of intellectual property still matter

To avoid this:

http://www.slate.com/id/2223214/

1 comment:

Anton Gully said...

The electronic versions were supplied in error by a publisher that thought it had the rights to distribute the work, but didn't. When this was discovered the publisher asked Amazon to perform a call back.

If somebody sold you a pirate Harry Potter novel in a pub, is it any more legitimate because you can touch it?

Not sure if I've commented here before BTW (not sober anyway). Great blog!