Can someone explain to me how, even though I know its far easier to rip music to mp3 than it is to scan a book, but thats beside the point, can someone explain how a book publisheer manages to keep a book secret up until the last week of pre-release, yet I can happily listen to late August's new Super Furry Animals record two weeks ago if I want to. Probably to £20m Bllosbury spent on secrecy. HOW DO YOU SPEND 20 MILLION ON SECRECY? I'm bored, clearly, but thought this was a fair point.
So, Musical Pirates > Reading Pirates. You'd have thought the pirates who read would be the cleverer. But i guess you can steer the boat and listen to music simultaneously.