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Where Are My Torrents?

Matt Might wonders why he can't find a torrent for a BBC show.

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HBO GO: Setting New Standards in Customer Satisfaction

Fred Wilson over at AVC has a post about the new HBO GO iPad app. It seems that the app has an Airplay button that allows the user, one would think, to stream the content to a TV. It turns … Continue reading

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Scientific American on Piracy

David Pogue over at Scientific American has an interesting article that makes a point that most Irreal readers are familiar with: Hollywood encourages piracy by not making movies available legally. Pogue points out that many popular movies are not available … Continue reading

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Imagine That

For years the music industry has been whining about the digital apocalypse in general and streaming in particular. They were steadfast in their refusal to consider embracing new business models and held firm to the model that had always worked … Continue reading

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Even The New York Times Is Getting A Clue

The New York Times Sunday Review has an interesting article on piracy. They invoke the common metaphor of Whac-A-Mole and conclude that Internet piracy is not going away and that the content industry is fooling themselves to believe otherwise. They … Continue reading

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