Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Quote, unquote: readers need to know what to pay for and how to do it

The digital revolution is no different from any of the other new, unprecedented so-called threats to hit us. Everything’s new the first time it happens. Of course it’s faster, bigger, slicker, more efficient and encompasses the globe in a way we’ve never seen before. That’s the way the world works. It’s called progress. But not everything changes. Most people won’t knowingly break the law and will be happy to pay a fair price for what they use. All they need to know is what to pay for and how to do it. Of course, the how-to-do-it had better fit the falling-off-a-log model of 21st century convenience.

-- From a post by Guardian blogger Penny Grubb
[Thanks to Quillblog for tipping us to this.]



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