How Digital Innovation Has Helped, Not Hurt, Artists

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The digital age has spawned predictions of a "creative apocalypse," caused because it would be impossible to make money by making art. So what's happened to the musicians, the filmmakers and the writers? It's not as bad as has been widely predicted, according to an article in the upcoming New York Times Magazine. Steven Johnson is author of nine books, including How We Got to Now: Six Innovations that Made the Modern World.




Warren Olney