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Sunday, 11 December 2005
Young Consumers Are The First 'Technology Everywhere' Generation
Now Playing: The Fray - Over My Head (Cable Car)
Topic: Web 2.0
Thanks to the Sage RSS extension for Firefox (see the cool art that it sometimes produces), I have a growing list of sites that I frequent when there's spare time (more in abundance now before the holidays). It leads to those ah-hah moments that I love so much because they validate my late-night reading/blogging marathons.

Take the juxtaposition of two Industry Analyst Reporter News' headlines and mix in a post from the mighty fine Mediaeater and you have another interesting point/counter-point:

"Reducing piracy 10 points worldwide could create 2.4 million jobs, $400 billion in growth" (link)
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"Young Consumers Are The First 'Technology Everywhere' Generation" (link)
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"MySpace's millions changing the face of music" (link)



I have a hard time believing the Business Software Alliance's estimates on piracy but add the second article and the estimated cost savings from reducing piracy doesn't matter because it equals the third article.

Currently Playing: The Fray - Over My Head (Cable Car)

Posted by cph19 at 11:14 PM EST
Updated: Sunday, 11 December 2005 11:15 PM EST
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