Archive for October, 2007

Music Piracy Is A Way Of Life

Monday, October 29th, 2007

Rob Sheriden has posted a very readable rant on music piracy over here.  It’s a nice open and honest view on the history of online music piracy that covers some of my own feelings on the issue, both as somebody actively involved in developing technology and as a music enthusiast.

It’s worth reading, if somewhat lengthy, though I think it’s a well structured piece on the effect of technology on traditional media, something that over the past few days I’ve tried to explain on a few occasions.  I fully expect print media to fail in the same ways for the same reasons.  Once music / media / news is a commodity, you live and die by quality.  Only the people willing to change in that respect will survive, as it should be.

Seekwell (part 2?)

Thursday, October 4th, 2007

The next one is very different, this first one is a bit of an adaptation

At least I’ve managed to produce something new for once.


Wednesday, October 3rd, 2007

Amazingly this evening I’ve produced two new pages that fit into the story arc of my long abandoned project. Found the muse, down the side of the bed, like she always is. Hopefully I’ll get them online within the next 24/48.

I hope you’re all well, I know I’m starting to feel better, despite a horrid week.