The web we weave
Guy Rundle in today's Sunday Age.
Today, we're in a similar position as the feudal world was in the decades leading up to the great revolutions of the 18th and 19th centuries. The web ostensibly makes the final separation between writing and material being. Text and images can be circulated at virtually zero cost instantaneously and universally. Old forms — the book, the film, the song — are being pulled apart by new forms using that total interconnectivity. Intellectual property, that ludicrous fiction, is effectively dead, as are many of the corporations that based their value on it...
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