content gets devalued
What Has the Internet Done to Media?
Aleks Jakulin

There seems to be an assumption that things (text, music) have an inherent value that should be reflected in the price. Another branch of economics says the value of things are what the market is ready to pay for it. People are willing to pay less for recorded music. Obviously the quality matches the price. Both ways!

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