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John Anthony was the first of a whole bunch of you to send over this excellent article by James Allworth at Harvard Business Review, talking about how the big record labels and the big movie studios are strangling innovation with their braindead, backwards-looking, protectionist approach to anything that changes the market they've been in for years. There isn't necessarily much new in the article for folks who regularly read what we talk about here, but it does a nice job pulling the pieces together, and it's great to see HBR publish such a piece...