pati at iki.fi
Tue Oct 17 08:10:06 CEST 2000
John Garvin wrote:
> Imagine a world where
> you go online, seek out your favorite writer and artist, go to their site,
> pay to download a new story directly from them. A Don Rosa story
> editors who tell him that readers "don't want this kind of story."
> Steve Gerber could write Howard the Duck stories? The possiblities are
> endless. So is the internet. An information revolution is coming, don't
> anyone tell you otherwise.
I see a world where you don't have to go to the site of your favorite
writer and artist, and pay to download a new story directly from them,
because a fan site meaning well, but not really thinking, has already that
story, and you can download it for free from there.
Having no copyright law would mean no income for people who earn it.
Pekka Timonen (pati at iki.fi)
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