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Comment Link to Stats (Score 5, Informative) 325

IE has a natural downward trend anyway, so the cited percentage drops should be taken in context:

Germany showed a slight increase:


Comment Virtuous loops (Score 1) 709

"It sees the move as a way of generating more money for the record industry, which would use it to discover new talent."

The self-reinforcing loop between capital and talent would be more efficient as a self reinforcing loop between consumer and talent. Of course that such a system of direct distribution would obsolate the record companies would violate the #1 tenet of neo-liberalism; More Money for Me!

Adding features does not necessarily increase functionality -- it just makes the manuals thicker.