Monday, September 12, 2016

The Double-Edged Sword (part 1/5)

We live in an era where most of the former obstacles to business have begun to erode, if they haven't disappeared entirely. No longer does a musician have to find a label to produce a CD, nor does a writer have to find a publisher to make his work available to the public. Indie game developers can put new gaming apps up with relative ease, or can approach indie-friendly organizations like Steam or Sony to get their product featured on a digital storefront. With some money, time, and a dose of courage, just about anyone can put their work out there for others to find. Music students can easily record and burn their own CD's and upload their work to i-tunes, and unestablished writers with any range of experience can get their books on Amazon. Yet, there is a downside to all this...

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