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Old 04-05-2008, 11:04 AM   #52
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I like Matt Stone and Trey Parker's line of thinking. Here's part of an interview they did with Reason Magazine at the end of '06.

I wish more artists thought this way. I think it's the only proper way to look at the internet right now. If you don't embrace the open sharing of information, you're just going to be frustrated and flounder in an evolving market. In the latest South Park episode, Trey Parker had Kyle sum up the current state of business on the internet fairly well.

I certainly don't think publishers and authors will have much to worry about for a while. And even as online distribution of books grows, paper books will still be popular.
i agree, i wish more artists thought that way too. hopefully with time the mindset will evolve towards that.
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