Every so often I read something on the Web so beautifully constructed, so full of sense and truth that my despair for the human race takes a short recess. Rather than parrot the thoughts of someone who so ably puts issues of DRM in perspective, I’m going to simply direct you to the words of Fake Steve and his “
More Thoughts on “Thoughts on Music.’”
Need a tiny taste to motivate the click? OS X’s Summary service deems this the most important nugget of the piece:
To put it another way: If DRM is the worst thing you have to deal with in your day-to-day life—if your biggest problem is that you can’t make your iTunes songs play on a Zune—then you should take a minute to thank God for giving you such a wonderful life.
Right on, Fake Steve. Right on.