John Scott G

John Scott G

John Scott G, an admitted word nerd, writes books, plays, screenplays, and political commentary. Author of "Area Code 666," "Secret Sex," and "Ambient Deviant Speedmetal Polka," Mr. G also writes under the pseudonym Gerald Laurence. Every day he happily rubs a few phrases up against each other to create sparks in your brain. You're welcome.

One Comment

  1. Glenn
    May 16, 2009 @ 11:32 PM PDT

    The laws that deal with accountability for copyrighted material are 19th and 20th century holdbacks to physical medium such as records, tapes, and CDs. The 21st century technology has changed this field dramatically not only in the format but also how that format is stored, sent, and received. There needs to be a rewriting of these laws to make them in tune with 21st century technology. Doing so (especially via the DataRevenue .org concept) will allow creators of copyrightable material to have a viable means of accounting in a huge financial sense.

    Glenn