A reader writes: "The traditional support model for content on the net is failing site by site, and with the growth of anti-advertising utilities and the collapse of financial support for risky ventures, this will accelerate in the coming months. Will this vacuum be filled in by people doing content as a hobby, or will a new support structure such as micropayments take over. This article takes a pro-Micropayment stance, and mentions a contrasting article at OpenP2P that presents an opposing opinion. Would you pay for content if the infrastructure was secure, inexpensive, and allowed the content to prosper?"
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