[QUOTE=olddancer;2560544]â€œItâ€™s time for these music execs to pull their collective heads out of the sand and fully acknowledge and accept all the ways their industry has changed,â€ Ulanoff proclaims. â€œThey also have to understand that nothing will stop technologyâ€™s inexorable march forward. Things will continue to change. Music downloads and sharing will never go away.â€
Out of the sand? I would think their heads are stuck somewhere far darker and far more arromatic.[/QUOTE]
On to other things.
I’ve said what I’ve needed to say a million times.
The RIAA takes things way to serious.
What happens when you put to arrogant bastards in one room that have a different opinion on lets say, a TV show?
It gets ugly, But what happens if we put two laid back guys in one room who have a different view on a TV show?
They have a conversation.
What I’m saying is that if the RIAA was more understanding and actually lowered prices on music today, there would be a lot less theft.
Most people who do Pirate music aren’t exactly Gene Simmons.
If the RIAA thinks that if they lower the price people still won’t pay, then they are dead wrong. I can tell that someone wouldn’t want to have music theft on their minds.