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Comment Re:The license is for copying sheet music. (Score 1) 291

You obviously are new to /. Actual RTFA, comprehending what it says and making a rational comment are not the norm. You need to read the sensational headline, and then post a diatribe about the evils of copyright, the music cabal, and anyone that actually wants to make money of what they create; and make a bad car analogy and then rant against anyone who violates the GPL.

I think we will see more of this - as traditional revenue streams dry up, companies will look to extracting money from areas they previously ignored or didn't worry about because they weren't that big.

You forgot the obligatory "do you even know what a strawman argument is?" post.

Comment Maybe they'd have a case if (Score 2, Funny) 357

the priest started charging exorbitant amounts for things that a user with 30 seconds on google could figure out on their own. "$80 rosary installation - bring in your rosary, and one of our trained technicians can install it around your neck. *Removal of existing necklaces only $5 each for Reward Zone members"

Comment free press (Score 1) 450

I had no idea Prince had a new album...but after reading the eye-catching headline, now I do. Imagine the free press he's getting now by saying something so off-the-wall that some people can't help but stop and read the article. He couldn't get advertising like this if he paid for it.

Prince Says Internet Is Over 450

the_arrow writes "According to the artist currently known as Prince, 'The internet's completely over.' At least that what he says in an interview with the British newspaper Mirror. Quoting Prince: 'The internet's like MTV. At one time MTV was hip and suddenly it became outdated. Anyway, all these computers and digital gadgets are no good. They just fill your head with numbers and that can't be good for you.'"

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