Why I Pay for Content (And Why That Makes Me Feel Like a Sucker)

Ah, a moderate voice in the piracy debate! Someone who doesn’t sound like a complete tool when they argue their point!

In 2001 I downloaded five songs by a now-defunct “folk rock duo” from the internet. The band was obscure, its albums not stocked at the small-town music stores nearby or the Walmart 25 minutes up Route 1. iTunes didn’t exist yet. Amazon was still a bookstore. So I fired up LimeWire and snapped them up for free.

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