Adjusting to the Program Era: Gender and Abundance

In 2002, David Bowie told the New York Times that the musician’s way of making a living was about to change markedly. Noting that his new deal with Sony was only for a short period of time, he said, “I don’t even know why I would want to be on a label in a few years, because I don’t think it’s going to work by labels and by distribution systems in the same way.” The legal structure of copyright and intellectual property probably wouldn’t last ten years, he went on. Music itself is going to become like running water or Read more

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