Monthly Archives: October 2011

The ‘Hysterical Rant’ School of Lobbying Makes, Not Solves, Problems

Richard Mollett, writing on the Publishers Association blog, makes a strident and impassioned plea for the Government to drop its demands for evidence and just accept his credo on the harm done by copyright infringement. He does himself a disservice … Continue reading

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Lessons for Music from the Steam Age

If you go to London’s Science Museum and look at some of the early commercial steam engines you might notice a ‘pump counter’ which ticked up with every pump of the piston. Boulton and Watt’s original business model was to … Continue reading

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