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4. Hack your perspective around what failure means, to yourself and for others. One of our mantras at Atlas Informatics is
Consider the work performed by the folks at Analytics@American, an online Master's in Business Analytics. They did some digging
If you can distinctly recall the excitement of walking into your weekly computer lab session and seeing a room full of Apple 2Es displaying the start screen of Oregon Trail, you're a member of this nameless generation, my friend.
The New Yorker called my writing dreck. It did not level the slight directly at me but lobbed it wholesale at the self-publishing community of which I'm a member.
"I understand firsthand how difficult it is to manage this," Parker said, adding that he plans to take part in the research
The fundamental question is one of fairness. Are artists being rightfully compensated for their contributions? And what about future artists? Will sufficient incentives exist for them to make music?
The digital revolution in music has always faced outspoken critics. Some have complained about harsh digital sound. Many lament illegal downloads. These days, musicians protest paltry revenue from streaming sites like Pandora.
I'm only 29 but I'm starting to feel my age with teenagers running around looking like it's the 80's again.
One key to entrepreneurship is and always has been disruption. In any market, the potential for a disruptive business is tantamount to guaranteed success.
Your mom already warned you: Just because everyone else is doing something doesn't mean you should. Remember the bridge?
I'm not naive to think that just because I choose to watch a movie on my couch rather than in a movie theater it's not stealing. I understand that it is. It's no different than if I walked into a friend's room and when he wasn't looking I swiped his DVD of Freddy Got Fingered. Note: Watching Freddy Got Fingered would also make me a victim, too.
"We weren't quite prepared for the shit-storm that we became engulfed in," Ulrich recalled during an interview with HuffPost
The truth is in there. That store has managed to eke out an existence by focusing on CDs of live go-go performances, and
Yep, Napster started the digital media sharing revolution, and paved the way for iTunes, Spotify,and the Internet we use
Alex Winter's new documentary Downloaded reconstructs the collapse of the music industry as consumers and high tech innovation blow out the foundation of the bloated behemoth. A little dorm room start up, Napster, caused a tsunami of trouble.
There's an old saying that "knowledge is power." However, long before anyone had written up a job description for an "intellectual property" lawyer, people were battling over who should and should not have access to knowledge.
Public Enemy hip hop sensation Chuck D stops by the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus at SXSW 2013 to talk about being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, his Evil vs Heroes instrumental album, and the new digital label for independent artists, SpitDigital.
Alex Winter stops by the Samsung Blogger Lounge at SXSW 2013 to talk about the premiere of his Napster Documentary, Downloaded, an upcoming pilot for AMC, and the status of Bill and Ted 3.
Video may have killed the radio star, but free online music streaming services are putting the infamous Peer-to-Peer (P2P) music swiping services to rest. What is finally going to put the nail in the P2P business is not only free, but legal.
(Not listed: How much money Keating made from iTunes, Amazon and other MP3 sales. We'll assume it is significantly above