downloading. i'm wondering how you got signed to public domain. their a&r guy contacted me once, but we didn't agree on price points.
they only agreed to sign me because i work for free. i figure, they're just going to copy it anyway.
i'm really impressed with this. it's like the soundtrack to link breaking up w/ zelda and moving to 1970s japan to teach english while he works on his sci fi novel.
thanks. i guess making this public domain kind of defeats the possibility of advertising revenue financing this trip.
i rest safe in the knowledge that once everyone that's putting art up for free dies, someone will figure out how to make money off of it.
your grandkids (at least the 2 that edit 'the not stanley lieber collector' mag) will be pretty financially savvy.
i've purposely kept my files in disarray so they'll be able to burn through 2-3 years worth of issues just trying to sort the stacks of paper.
actually you make a good argument for open licenses: "prevent the suits from profiting when you die."