[...] is a syndicated post, which originally appeared at Mimi and Eunice » IP. View original post. Nina Paley is a creative artist and anti-copyright innovator. She is the creator of the animated [...]
[...] between price and value. Just because something has a price, does not mean it has values and vice-versa. Let us examine bottled water, shall we. Water is pretty close to free in the United States. [...]
lol, I would totally buy this on a t-shirt!
[...] Eunice prices Mimi’s nose at $220,000. That was the bargain-basement low-budget-indie-film rate I was quoted to clear the songs I used in Sita Sings the Blues. Like Mimi’s nose, those songs were stolen – from the Public Domain. Although these comics are so simple they can mean anything to anyone – I like that about them – to me this one is about Intellectual Pooperty monopolists stealing our culture from us and then selling it back at ridiculous prices. And yes, Poopertists claim that nothing has value if it’s Free, a topic Mimi & Eunice have also touched on. [...]
[...] And yes, Poopertists claim that nothing has value if it’s Free, a topic Mimi & Eunice have also touched on. Mimi & Eunice's character designs evolved (barely) from this Copying Is Not Theft animation: [...]