On 3/9/07, David Gerard <dgerard(a)gmail.com> wrote:
No, their entire profit model is based around selling
Really. In commercial television, the ads are the only thing they care
Well that and getting people to make premium rate calls.
The programming really is for filling the gaps. Not
is not a barrier.
And unless you have an ND licence people will cut out the ads (yes I
know they do that anyway). Going by the fuss over TiVo TV companies
don't like you doing that.
No, I do think we can. "Free content? Oh,
that's that Creative Commons
thing, we're that. Yep." "Um, no, not quite ..."
The practical problem for actual free content is that CC is claiming
to be *the* new model that's an alternative to all rights reserved.
However that is probably better delt with by fixing the GFDL than
moaning about CC. Pure GFDL is not by any reasonable standards a free