Culture Design Group
Jan 29, 2008
[Cartoon inspired by this article.]
I’m selling it. I don’t own it, but I can get it for you if you want it. Do you want it? Done Deal. It’s yours. Think of me as your friend …
Buy a guitar. Make your own music.
Heh. They are fighting a rear-guard action to try and keep the inevitable to the last possible minute, but guess what, it will not work. Good cartoon, gets the gestalt.
Dead on and so so so true!
What if the “seller” and “maker” are one and the same ? Happier 🙂
Absolutely right but how do you square this with what I perceived to be your criticism of the writers’ strike some time back? Aren’t they makers too?
John Dodds, I square this by the simple fact that the people in the ecosystem the writers [i.e. the “makers”] are striking against, are not the “sellers”, but in fact the “users”.
Studios buy screenplays, not cinema-going members of the public.
The “sellers” in this equation are the agents, the latter we’re in fact hearing very little from.
Nice try 😉
Especially appropriate for estate agents, who’ve always thought they’re more important than everyone else; parasites.
That’s fantastic! The best way of saying it I’ve heard yet.
I know what you’re saying about the writer’s strike, but it still goes without saying that the networks have done exactly what the RIAA have done: stopped thinking about the makers and users.
This is gold. LOL.
great words. peopple should print it on the back of their business cards on a regular basis