Wednesday, September 29, 2010

"culture is more important than copyright... one's saying we shouldn't be compensated for our work, but we are obliged to give back at some point. Moreover--and I know that in hard economic times like these, it's very hard to remember this--I would also offer that being able to contribute to culture, having the satisfaction of knowing that we've done work that is embraced by others, watching our ideas spread and seed new ideas--if you're calculating overall job compensation, that is not without value."

This is the viewpoint of an American comic book creator, Mark Waid, and it's rather hard to argue with him. Read the rest here

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