Now, DVD can represent more income than the box office-and typically does.
Buzzwords and cliches - those are stock in trade. There's nothing wrong with them.
I coined a word the other day, but I forgot what it was. It was a good one, it came to me in a dream.
There are more honest people and more good people than there are thieves and bad people. It's just always been that way.
It's important to be precise about words, because of the thought value of them-they frame and shape so much of the way we understand things.
Typically what happens is, somebody drags an idea from the past that worked in an old set of logics that they try to apply to the new one. And it doesn't work.
The Internet provides the access to resources, so it's incumbent upon the people who control those resources to make sure that the economic engine stays intact.
I never feel like I have to hang on to the music. I don't expect that the music will go away. Ideas are the only thing I can point to that are permanent and fixed.
The rock sitting on the shelf has potential because it can fall-it's the same way with the Internet. It has this potential. It's not really doing it yet, but it's about to.