Copyright or copywrong?

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And Glenn Gould's copyright gets an extension here.
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Mr. Bacon said…
Meet Glenn Gould's (posthumous) simulacrum. Zenph is fascinating--I've been blogging about it a bit--and I still don't know where I stand. It makes money, so it's not going anywhere...I think some of us should take the Nancarrow approach and write for the HiRes MIDI/Yamaha grand. What's most crazy for me to think about is what may come next as far as a virtual performer...will Gould's virtual body play these reperformances pretty soon?
Pliable said…
Mr Bacon's blog is well worth a visit.

It's refreshing to see another site that puts emphasis on visual content -

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