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Trent Reznor's 'net music experiment

Read about it here at ars technica.

Here is the opening paragraph from the article:

"Radiohead isn't talking numbers, but Trent Reznor is. After producing Saul Williams' The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of Niggy Tardust and offering it to fans online, Reznor yesterday laid out the numbers from his experiment. Saying that it's easy for artists to know "what NOT to do these days, but less obvious to know what's right," Reznor found that 18.3 percent of users who grabbed the album paid $5 for it; the rest paid nothing. Is this what success looks like?"

Read the rest here.

Also check out:

NIN.com

niggytardust.com

Saul Williams MySpace

- Sujewa

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