Today, Windows Vista will be available for sale to the public. So will Office 2007.
Right now, it seems that if all you were to pay attention to were the big news networks, you'd probably think that the music industry is just an industry sustaining itself on lawsuits. Stupid as this may seem, even Sharman networks (owners of the Kazaa network, and the poster-boy of RIAA lawsuit targets) is in on the action, suing the website p2p.net for a comment made by an anonymous poster
A recent blog post I read concerned the concept of intellectual property and pointed out that the very concept of property is an intellectual construct. This got me thinking about how the music industry is always crying poor about people 'stealing' music. I find it no surprise that they are the ones crying the loudest about it, and they are the ones who reap (or perhaps we should say 'rape'...) the most profits from it. If artists truly were being harmed (as the music industry claims), wouldn't the artists themselves be up in arms?
or sue you, but it will rip you off too. I really haven't been keeping up on my blogs, or I would have noticed this earlier. What would they do if you pirated their OS? L-A-W-S-U-I-T. Perhaps they should keep their own house clean...
Apparently, it was found through a service called copyscape. The merits of this service don't immediately speak for themselves, but I don't appreciate having my site content ripped off either.