Category Archives: The Annals of Protest

Creative destruction, I hope…

There is good news in the bad news of Wall Street’s layoffs, or so Schumpeter would say.

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The conformity of non-uniformity – Our day at the Apple store

After having someone’s phone number ported to our iPhone, and spending the night getting it fixed, we think about the homogeneity of the rebellious Apple store employee

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Copy protection and e-books

Responding to David Pogue’s email about e-books and copy protection – I believe that books pose a greater challenge, because there is no natural venue for artist to patron interaction.

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