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Artists Rights

Morty Wiggins recently joined Outhink after a successful career in the entertainment industry helping develop artists and their relationships with their markets; both the entertainment industry as well as the consumer. Morty shares with us some of his thoughts about the implications of digital rights.

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August 18, 2005 | Permalink


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Great video Dave. I liked being able to see the Internet Archive. Morty, I hope you're right! I think you (Morty) could have a videoblog about the business of music and how it's affected by the Internet. Maybe you could help some of those record companies to start to think about this stuff (finally).

Posted by: Verdi | Aug 19, 2005 5:27:00 AM

This is POWERful. All of you in the industry who are watching this, you should be smiling really big and stretchy faced.

Embrace the future, NOW.
When we are truly united we will never be divided.

Delete Greed -> by sharing information

Giving Gifts = Human Energy = EVOLVE = Every Moment is Alive and Valuable.

$ has borders... and wrapped with political enclosures.
LOVE is wireless and'RSS'ably instant.

Great Job Dave and Morty!! Keep swinging...


Posted by: PARKS | Aug 29, 2005 9:56:12 AM

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