True visionaries have unshakeable logic. Read Steve Jobs’ open letter to the music industry, calling for the end to copy-protected music as we know it.
The problem, of course, is that there are many smart people in the world, some with a lot of time on their hands, who love to discover such secrets and publish a way for everyone to get free (and stolen) music.
It’s very long, but the man has obviously thought through the issues and come up with an un-rebuttable line of argument. I hope I’m not seen as a fawning Mac-nut (I only own iPods, not Macs), but do read his letter and you’ll finally understand why he once called the music publishers “greedy” for wanting to charge more than the US99cts per iTunes song.