Meet Jitandri, a businessman selling suits made in China and, more important, a man who recently was touched by God and now knows THE TRUTH. And he wants to tell you about THE TRUTH.
He also wants to tell you about nasty youtube commenters and that they'll regret their comments some day soon (and judging from the way he looks at you you'll know he means business and is probably preparing several sets of concrete shoes already...).
Jitandri wants to take you on a journey to knowledge and I thought I'd help him with this great task - after all that's why he is recording his ... lessons in front of a blue screen, right? Or do you believe God hasn't told him about blue screens?
So lean back and enjoy Jitandri's journey - together you will go to places he never would have dreamt about seeing!
Piracy is without a doubt, truly evil. It doesn’t help the artists, it robs them of their rightful revenue and is such a poor basis for a business model, it’s unworthy of consideration. Of course, new streaming sites are miles better, offering a legal way to listen to free music. Hmm – Lady Gaga got a million plays on Spotify and earned $167. (click for the full article on torrentfreak.com)
My own two cents:
Before mp3com was bought by some of the big companies they actually started a program, where they - without being asked/forced to do so - paid $1.000.000/month from their advertising income to the artists on the page, based on the hits each artist/band created individually.
Their position was "we earn enough to share it with you, so here you go".
Did it work?
Well, let me say it like this: I'm what I consider a "hobby musician" with my own homestudio and I had some moderate success there. Compared to a big hit on the radio that runs several times each day, my tunes were played like once a week, but they were played.
For a while that was enough to earn *more* than Lady Gaga's $160 in a smegging month. read more »