Subject: Another micropayment article ...
From: burton@openprivacy.org (Kevin A. Burton)
Date: 24 Dec 2001 00:53:48 -0800

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http://www.kuro5hin.org/?op=displaystory;sid=2001/12/21/64552/320

This problem is going to keep coming up over and over again.

Software and music are good examples.  Visual art is another good example.
There could be significant growth in the amount of art created on the Internet.

DigitalBlasphemy.com might be a good example.

There are so many good things that can happen if people start tipping.

Time to start building P2P applications which can easily integrate micropayment
systems... oh weight... I just happen to be building one :)

http://reptile.openprivacy.org

(sorry for the obligatory self-plug)

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