Consumerist tells how a customer turns into a pirate when faced by DRM hurdles:
"You don't understand," I said, "These files were not copied or pirated, I actually purchased them."
"Well" she responded, "You didn't actually purchase the files, you really purchased a license to listen to the music, and the license is very specific about how they can be played or listened to."
Now I was baffled. "Records never came with any such restrictions," I said.
She replied, "Well they were supposed to, but we weren't able to enforce those licenses back then, and now we can"
The Register's Steve Gordon suggests artists can make money out of MySpace - but only if they Do It Yourself:
Magnaphone catches up with Lydia Lunch:
Mike Scott tells Guardian Film & Music why you can't be an expert in your own life on Wikipedia:
Lisa Gerrard talks to the Courier & Mail about the Dead Can Dance reunion: