Published on Oct 9, 2012 by islamgarhbajjar
A sleeper hit, Slumdog Millionaire was nominated for 10 Academy Awards in 2009 and won eight, the most for any film of 2008, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Adapted Screenplay. It also won seven BAFTA Awards (including Best Film), five Critics’ Choice Awards, and four Golden Globes. The film was dubbed in Hindi for Indian release as Slumdog Crorepati and also in Tamil as Naanum Kodieswaran.
Should I share this movie?
I do love it.
Every time we hit that share button are we violating copyrights? Does a check box at Facebook and Youtube and the encouragement of “embedding” mean a free for all?
Are individual rights a western thing? Or, do the Asians build great cars because to copy is to honor in their culture?
There are discussions in Facebook about protecting “Privacy”. What’s private about it? This is a public place.
How can a musician, for example, make money if the songs are free and the concerts are all on Youtube?
Speaking as a shameless sharer, how far do we go? Does Carrie Underwood just perform in her living room and we watch it on Youtube?
This new world is amazing with my new Iphone and I surf the net from my chair here in my living room. I’m typing on a keyboard and the words appear on my TV screen. I am waiting for the rest of you to lose the old oak TV furniture thing and attach your computer to a wide screen TV and attach your stereo and rock with me. I’m apparently going to have to wait forever since the wives all have all that pretty stuff on that old oak TV furniture thing and don’t want to give it up.
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