Me in NYC

Since I haven’t spoken much in New York this year, I wanted to mention that I’ll be giving a keynote speech at the Copyright and Technology 2012 conference. I’ll be “opening” for David Lowery, a talented musician, as well as a vocal advocate for musicians in a debate that could certainly use more of them.

If you read this blog, you can register for the conference at a discount – $100 instead of $400, which isn’t quite free, but it’s not too shabby. (You need to use a discount code: 100GBRJYH.) You should also say hello.



One thought on “Me in NYC

  1. Good to hear from you, and good luck on your speech.

    I’m very curious as to what your reaction is on the FTC’s settlement with the publishers over Amazon’s suit, especially since you wrote about the shift to agency pricing in your book.

    Posted by Brett | November 27, 2012, 6:16 am

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