So if you aren't doing your 'job' well, and you haven't registered, your money should go unproportionally to the people who do register?
Voluntary payings and above mentioned ways are the way of not accepting the worth of this services
Aloa5 wrote:As far as I know no Label owns a track of music. The musicians had just selled the exclusive rights to the labels to make money out of it.
Svamp wrote:First, you're making an assumption that creators must have money. This is far from the truth. Have you ever created something from the joy out of it? Or maybe simply to be praised for it? For fame? Creation is about more than money, it is also about joy.
How many musicians do you think make a living only on their craft today?
Second, I disagree with the view on voluntary support. People want to support the artists they like. I want to, you want to, others want to. I don't need to pay a flat rate to do that.
the promise of future creations will make people invest money. It's just not very pronounced today due to the existing systems. But you can see the beginnings on some sites and free software projects - people donate money out of gratitude and because they support the continued development. I have seen some sites that fund their hosting fees on donations.
Aloa5 wrote:Svamp wrote:First, you're making an assumption that creators must have money. This is far from the truth. Have you ever created something from the joy out of it? Or maybe simply to be praised for it? For fame? Creation is about more than money, it is also about joy.
You just simplify things.
Florian Hufsky wrote:the fact alone that this probably is the only solution that'll get broad acceptance is overwhelming.
Ole Husgaard wrote:But copyright doesn't has to be so complicated.
Aloa5 wrote:You just simplify things.
- software (games, learning)
Ever looked in the past ? Before any copyright ? Coding two years a game - for joy ? Writing months on a book - only for honor ?
Life is so easy to describe.
And how many programmers - and book-writers , I know. And THATS a reason - I see.
And because of that: no problem at all. You can not make a living out of it ? So you need not the litte money at all.
Life is so simple.
(german - Floh can read it): http://oe1.orf.at/highlights/65794.html
John Buckman, founding magnatune in 2003, says that one of 42 downloading from his side albums is paying voluntary ( 2,5% ). And I would say that people look there for music, wich really like free music and this model/idea - not the mainstream. The percentage would crash. And no word about the costs of "professional" music-creations.
And no word about books in a digital future. And no word about software-developing.
Easy and simple ?
I saw them too - you see it above.
They will invest - and sign CDÂ´s when no CDÂ´s will exist in the digital future.
Yes I think, that creaters have to get money. It is unworthy to say NO to that but wanting to benefit from it. That is lowest level of social thinking.
We donÂ´t have to pay people wich are helping the mothers and grandpaÂ´s at home - surgery. We donÂ´t have to pay people looking after their childs. ....it was all done at every time for honor and joy and was never paid. Why should we ever think about it !
A great future - and a great society! And no word about economy and quality.
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