But then digital music came on the scene. Really, napster and torrenting “freed” the music, and putting aside whether pirating was right or justified or legal, the genie wasn’t going back into the bottle. By 2000 we all knew something was different, but everyone looked the other way.
The Death Industry’s failure to learn from the Music Industry’s crash.
Dave Balter

This is happening in many industries. The big businesses such as banking, food brands, and entertainment. It takes years (decades) to pivot a battleship, even if it has a new coat of paint. The old men that have made it rich, don’t have a risky bone anymore. They like it the way it is and will be until they leave the throne.

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