Archive for April, 2004

The Bad News

Belmont Club and USS Clueless document the expertise of Islamic terrorists in using the Western Press as one of its most potent weapons against us.

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Gilder @ WTF/Isenberg Conference

George Gilder compares Korean broadband deployment in a pro-regulatory environment to the broadband deployment/regulatory mess we have in the US. "…it’s important to really understand what happened over the last five years. A trip to Korea can give you an understanding. We didn’t have a fundamental bubble that consisted of Ponzi schemes and accounting frauds. […]

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MP3 Filesharing Disrupts Music Industry Business Model

But, not because music consumers are "stealing" music.  Instead, the Internet and peer-to-peer filesharing disruptively enable musicians to become real business entrepreneurs by creating and maintaining their own distribution channel to their loyal, dedicated and" fanatical" customer base.  Tim Oren explains why this is so.

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