Re: The Final Word on Browsers and the Future

Walter Ian Kaye (walter@natural-innovations.com)
Tue, 22 Oct 1996 16:58:57 -0700


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Date: Tue, 22 Oct 1996 16:58:57 -0700
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From: Walter Ian Kaye <walter@natural-innovations.com>
Subject: Re: The Final Word on Browsers and the Future

At 10:38a -0400 10/22/96, Dan Delaney wrote:
>   What you fail to realize here is that even though they don't need to
>record twice, it DOES cost a lot of extra money to produce those LPs. The
>problem is that there simply aren't very many people who have turntables
>anymore, so the record company would actually lose money by producing a
>bunch of LPs that very few people would buy. In order to get past the
>overhead of producing them they would need to sell a certain amount, and
>that just wouldn't happen. So none of them make LPs anymore.

But some titles are still *only* available on LPs.
Though it would be nice if I could get a CD version of the Hillside Singers'
"I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing", since someone sat on my 25-year-old
LP...

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