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April 12, 2004
All the News That's Fit to Re-post
Rick Prelinger of the Prelinger Archives has a quiet little letter to the editor in today's New York Times that deserves a bit of amplification.
Snippet: "File sharing and free downloading have increased the ubiquity and prominence of our collection and have given it ample publicity at very little cost, resulting in increased income.
Might there be a lesson here for the music industry?"
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