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Definitely should support the community. I think it's unrealistic to expect to take without giving anything and still get something of value. I own just about every Perl 0RA book there is and the CDs. Some of the best money I've ever spent. Outside of utter poverty, I don't understand why so many monks appear to not to have some version of the Perl Cookbook. Money very well spent.

I think another big factor with theft of Music (Especially), Movies, Software and etc is that many people view it as getting ripped off.

Music labels could probably sell CD's at $7 US retail and still make ton's of money. A kid can make one for 60 cents. I know there's marketing and failed bands but they still make tons upon tons of money.

On the other hand, they try their hardest to create an intense compulsive urge to buy their products (or your not cool.) in youth who have a limited amount of cash to drop on consumables. Sounds like they're sleeping in the beds they made.

I think the megaconglomerates charging slightly more fair prices would do a lot to alleviate some of the problems.

-Lee

"To be civilized is to deny one's nature."


In reply to Re: Re: Re: Software piracy- what would you do? by shotgunefx
in thread Software piracy- what would you do? by scottstef

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