|Subject:||Re: UKNM: Streams of Conciousness|
|Date:||Mon, 12 Oct 1998 19:46:52 +0100|
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At 17:13 08/10/98 +0100, you wrote:
>As a new-media revolutionary, I find this a fairly entertaining piece
>old-media people totally failing to get it.
>"Linking to content is theft!"
As the story points out, people like broadcast.com are pissed off
that web users are just linking to their video streams and missing
the ads. Of course our very own BBC has got round this by
putting a good 30 secs of advertising^H^H^H^H^trailer - got
to be accurate here! - at the front of every news broadcast
presumably nobody there has realised what the >> button does on
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Re: UKNM: Streams of Conciousness, Stefan Magdalinski
UKNM: Streams of Conciousness, Stefan Magdalinski