Rotten Apples–or, no flacking permitted

If I type ‘the age of information’ in Google there appear some 2.7 billion results.  If, foolishly, I enter iTunes seeking, say, the forthcoming recording from Deutsche Grammophon of the Brahms piano concertos the results tell nothing of the files that I might purchase and download.  Are they mp3, flac, 16 bit, 24 bit, and at what frequency?  None of that appears.  None of that is available.  None of that, it seems, is permissible.  Thus the age of information.  All that matters, surprise, surprise, is the price, which, in Australia, is grossly inflated.  So much for the age of information.  It’s on a par with contemporary manufacturing (forthcoming).


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