Re: historically progressive and generous company
>>No, the music industry were desperate because they did all the attempts to stop a new type of sales and distribution to preserve the old model and the effect was people sharing more and more. 99c per song was a very hard thing to swallow but the labels had no choice, their tactics only screwed them.
Uh, okay. This is sort of like if I said "the lifeguard saved a drowning swimmer" and your comeback is "no, that's not right, the swimmer was flailing around as hard as he could and had no choice but to be rescued by the lifeguard."
In other words, I don't see how you're contradicting me.