The murmur of the snarkmatrix…

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Media Physics with Prof. Hova
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Pretty amazingly trenchant observation from Jay-Z:

He now calls the old record companies “archaic,” and says they made a huge error in 2000 when they sued to stop the original Napster, which popularized free file sharing: “They had it all in one place coming through one hole, where they could control it. They shut that down, and just opened the floodgates. Now everyone’s running their own Napster. Now it’s just a hole in the universe, and it’s too late.”

“Now it’s just a hole in the universe.” That really is the right image for the craziness we now face. Media space-time torn asunder. Well-established principles of album acceleration and movie momentum no longer apply. It’s just a hole in the universe!

The snarkmatrix awaits you

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