[pp.int.general] Protest certain musicians?
nicco77 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 29 10:57:58 CET 2009
See my replies below.
On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 10:32 AM, Christian Hufgard <pp at christian-hufgard.de
> Nicolas Sahlqvist wrote:
> > I mostly stream my music since I get tiered of the tunes quickly, I
> > variation and I care even less about concerts. In case they can not
> > survive on the revenue they will have to get a normal work like everybody
> > else!
> You mean a work, that cannot be easily copied?
Per definition a normal 8 - 5 work is not as a music artist, you can not
copy the work someone does at the cash register in a supermarket, can you,
cay you copy the food that he charges his customers for? Nope, that is not
in the scope of a 3d printer.. ;)
> > I do not feel like there revenue stream is my problem to be honest.
> Well, if you do not want to pay artists for working, I hope you only
> consume free art - as there are hundreds of terabytes out there. Simply
> taking something because you can do so is a little bit unfair - from my
> point of view.
> I pay them without paying myself, most radio channels on the net that you
can stream are financed by advertising like it works on Spotify, Shoutcast
Please tell me how to live in this world and only consume free art, you have
to find a very very very isolated island to avoid being spammed with
PPI / PPSE member
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