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" In this vast intellectual commons nothing will ever again be out of print or impossible to find; every scrap of human culture transcribed, no matter how obscure or commercially successful, will be available to all' (Mann, 2000), Besides providing immediate... "
Digital Music Wars: Ownership and Control of the Celestial Jukebox - Page 2
by Patrick Burkart, Tom McCourt - 2006 - 163 pages
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A Handbook of Cultural Economics

Ruth Towse - Business & Economics - 2003 - 494 pages
...virtual on-stage seats with tickets purchased at a moment's notice. 'In this vast intellectual commons nothing will ever again be out of print or impossible...transcribed, no matter how obscure or commercially successful, will be available to all' (Mann, 2000), Besides providing immediate accessibility to more...
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Who Owns Native Culture?

Michael F. Brown - History - 2009 - 336 pages
...arrival of a computer-mediated intellectual commons in which, as the journalist Charles Mann puts it, "every scrap of human culture transcribed, no matter...or commercially unsuccessful, will be available to all," the stewards of indigenous cultures find this prospect unsettling, even horrifying. As a man...
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Media, Technology, and Copyright: Integrating Law and Economics

Michael A. Einhorn - Law - 2005 - 209 pages
...libraries and bookstores with convenient downloads. Hyperbolically, 'in this vast intellectual commons, nothing will ever again be out of print or impossible...transcribed, no matter how obscure or commercially successful, will be available to all'. 45 However, technology also presents a 'danger' for content...
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R&B, Rhythm and Business: The Political Economy of Black Music

Norman Kelley - Music - 2005 - 323 pages
...of music ever recorded." In this vast intellectual commons nothing will ever again be out-of-print or impossible to find; every scrap of human culture...or commercially unsuccessful, will be available to all. Bronfman detests Napster. His speech likened the company to both slavery and Soviet communism....
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