Here We Go Again: The bright new future ahead where we can all share music in the cloud, NOT..

20556093_google-music-logo The music industry and the web are buzzing about Google’s new cloud music service. On Music Think Tank, David Greenberg shares his opinion on music in the cloud and points out that the record companies are missing the importance of the back catalog to music fanatics.

“If you can find out the “Connectors” (as from Malcolm Gladwell’s “Tipping Point”), which would be the fans with the most-est shares, with so many friends checking out their music, you have found the way to penetrate great swaths of the music buying public.” (Read On)


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