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Desc:'how the internet has transformed the way porn is made and consumed'
Category:Business, Science & Technology
Tags:porn, end of an era, Pornocracy, Ovidie, MindGeek
Submitted:Pillager
Date:03/12/17
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Comment count is 7
Monkey Napoleon - 2017-03-12
It's almost like when you remove all barriers to entry and get free global distribution, what they were doing wasn't that special and, in fact, wasn't even what people wanted.

Huh. Imagine that. You know, I could have sworn I've heard this story a few times before.
Old_Zircon - 2017-03-13
Are you implying that Michael Bay and Taylor Swift aren't the natural peak of human cultural achievement?

Old_Zircon - 2017-03-13
*the work of..

Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2017-03-13
/Assuming direct control of Monkey Napoleon

No, but middlemen/distributors of content like record companies, magazines, video rental places, book publishers etc. Have been rendered strictly unnecessary by t'internet. Everyone from the Taylor Swifts, to the [insert cool underground band that u like] of the world can publish their stuff *straight to your brain!!*

Obviously some of those industries still eke out a living, and some are doing just fine as they provide other services that people still go for, but many of them have been greatly diminished.

Old_Zircon - 2017-03-13
Oh, another problem that would be more or less solved by universal basic income.
Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2017-03-13
But without the reward of food in exchange for labour how would your feudal lord secure your fealty!?!?
You are clearly mad!

Mister Yuck - 2018-03-17
You raise a good point. I would not work nearly as hard or accept many of the risks of my job if I could eat without it. Seeing as I'm a construction worker, I think a UBI would seriously impair our nation's ability to have buildings.

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