Watching movies remain one of the most enduring past-time activities of people. Â It is just a pity that time constraints due to family and career responsibilities often prevent avid moviegoers from trooping to the nearest movie houses. Â Fortunately, legal movie downloading has been made available by many service providers today. Â There is no more reason to . . .
Illegal downloading of anything which is considered an intellectual property is said to be a non-traditional form of stealing.Â This is most often done with music and movies, albeit unknowingly by many consumers.Â You can help create awareness for the important issue and promote your blog as well. Downloading copyrighted materials is against the law.Â It has serious . . .
This thought had not occurred to me before I read Ken Gallingerâ€™s column answering a question from a reader. The question is basically the same as the title of this blog post. The reader says that he has a collection of tapes (who doesnâ€™t?) and that he does not have the means to convert them to mp3 at the moment. Does this justify him downloading the songs off of the . . .
Wait â€“ isnâ€™t that all wrong? Isnâ€™t downloading the greener option? After all, when we download music, we cut back on CDs and other material things that put a strain on the environment, right? As a matter of fact, this is what Jonathan G. Koomey, Christopher L. Weber, and H. Scott Matthews shared in a study they released some time ago. Their conclusion was . . .
Everybody, no exception, loves to get things for free. Anyone who tells you otherwise is trying to just look good. We all love a good bargain and something good for nothing is a really great deal. When it comes to music or videos unless you get it directly from the owners hand free and clear, you need to pay for it or it is considered stealing. It isn't that these artists . . .