Videos: ‘Opposing Voices in Digital Publishing’, ‘DRM: Terms and Conditions’
May 22, 2010 | 7:15 am
Since Saturday morning is traditionally the time of cartoons, let’s start the day with a couple of terrific Internet videos.
Here’s one that was linked from FuturEBooks: the digital publishing team at Tyndale House Publishers “interviews” an author, a publishing exec, a reader, a nerd, and a pundit—who are played by Muppet-style puppets. The video is a marvelous piece of satire, and leaves no point of view unskewered.
And here’s a shorter video from the Vancouver Film School that offers a thought-provoking look at DRM. This should be required viewing for anyone who doesn’t understand why some people think DRM is so bad.