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Excuse Me, My Car Is Calling: A report on a symposium on how a new generation of digital products and services will effect businesses and co…

Excuse Me, My Car Is Calling: A report on a symposium on how a new generation of digital products and services will effect businesses and consumers: “Sege argued that people would pay if they saw value for their money. Sege also said that peer-to-peer networks are one of the fastest-growing consumer technologies in history. Simplicity is driving that, he said-you get the exact music you want with a click of the mouse. ‘People will pay something to use this technology,’ he said. ‘It’s not a question of if, but how.’ The question is how to pay the content creators.”

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