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Individul artists and writers (just like actors and screenwriters) working under the 'old systems' faced a lot of competition too.  It's always been a highly competitive industry.  Elvis, The Beatles and Frank Sinatra starred in movies, so artists working wherever they can to make more money is nothing new either.  But if you're going to cite Lady Gaga and Briteny Spears as examples of how the music biz works, then I guess nobody but Bill Gates and Larry Ellison are making...
This is an oft repeated, boneheaded canard from those with little knowledge of the overall music business.  Further, it's a ridiculous assumption.   Some bands sell more merch, some more shows, some more licensing and some more music.  There is equal competition in all those areas, across several different genres and there's real money to be made in each.  For brain: please insert more than Mashable and Rolling Stone.
Difficulty? Just take your weak, little, spindly finger and then using all your might, try try try... huffing and puffing as you slightly flick to the left.Once you've managed that impossible feat, make an appointment at the Apple Store, lay your head across the Genius Bar and kindly ask an Apple employee to bash it with a hammer. Presto, album all gone!
How can Apple be getting into health, yet releasing phones that only fat people can fit into their pockets? If so, that structure being built for next week's event is probably a big buffet. Everyone there can pack on the blubs and get fat iPhone ready stretch pants. Or maybe these new bigger phones have built in purse straps so people can carry them around that way?
 Incorrect. Yes, there are different types of encryption! Do you want your fish treat now or later? 1Password has certainly trained you well to jump through their hoops.  Where would I be without their special magic encryption?  Oh yeah, right here and still secure. 
Thanks for showing up late to a dead thread, putting no real little effort into reading comprehension, and then asking for it all to be re-explained to you.   Yes, context is important... and probably something you should have groked before raising the same, already tired nonsense.
It may have been an attractive option for some users, but it's a bitter pill when it's the only method.However the equation totally changes when you ask Adobe users if they believe their investment in the previous version was getting anywhere close to total value. Adobe needed to appease that building discontent, but they went the other way, getting more draconian and disconnected from their user base..I think that's the state of Adobe's user base now, they might still be...
Method of payment is not the same thing as cost. It's now more expensive and a lot less flexible.You seem to have forgot that Adobe has been alienating their Mac users long before this latest Creative Cloud debacle. All this latest scheme does is further demonstrate that Adobe has replaced the creativity that went into their products offerings, with creativity in squeezing a few more pennies out of their customers. They bet the company on Flash, and after wasting...
 Nope, only get emotionally charged over comments at MacRumors,and specifically when it involves iPod nano rainbow colors and poignant human interest topics. You just lazy write, don't h8.
 Let's hope they know how to use that thing that you use to look for things online, to find that blogger from Europe (either Ireland or UK) that you forgot his name and webaddress for his blog, or something.  
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