“For every complex problem there is a solution that is simple, neat, and wrong.” (H.L. Mencken, attr.)
The above is why this blog exists: to remind us all, and myself first, that we’re often fooled by shallow explanations, simple solutions and catchy slogans.
It’s here to remind every person who believes that iTunes can provide a viable model for troubled industries, that for every 1 song downloaded via legitimate digital stores, 19 are pirated.
And here’s some food for thought for the fans of “always keep it simple”: a goal from Spain; the relationships between the characters in Lost (that tv-series you might have heard about…); a series of articles on the philosophy behind a film that grossed $1bn and counting…
Last time I checked, there were very few werewolves around. There is not much use for silver bullets.