RIP DRM and high/low culture?

by Jason Gross

7 January 2008

 

I don’t what’s more earth-shaking…  First, we hear that the last of the major labels is SLOWLY (but not fully) starting to drop DRM and then there’s the revelation that the whole idea of high culture and low culture are just artificial divides as we’re all immersed in pop culture to some extent, like it or not.  Only a week in and it’s already shaping up to be an interesting year.

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