[d@DCC] Ottawa Citizen editorial
ag737 at freenet.carleton.ca
Mon Nov 29 15:53:30 EST 2004
Canadian singers and songwriters who don't want to adapt to new technology
were ably represented on Parliament Hill last week, but that doesn't mean
the government should keep the rest of us in the Dark Ages.
Music's future -- its present, actually -- is as digital files, and one of
their inherent features is copyability. Canadian musicians should demand
that their associations and representatives spend their energy helping
them learn to live in the modern era, rather than insisting the rest of us
live in the past.
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