Chad Perrin wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 24, 2007 at 06:49:59PM +0900, Brad Phelan wrote:
>> However it always stuns me when software geeks come with arguments as 
>> previously posted because we are meant to be abstract thinkers. However 
>> I keep hearing the same old argument along the lines of `if I can't kick 
>> it, it has no value and should be free.`
> 
> I don't recall anyone saying anything of the sort.  Maybe I'm just not
> thinking abstractly enough to know where you got that.
> 

'governmentally enforced artificial scarcity model where software is 
treated as physical product units.'


What does this mean other than that software has no inherent
monetary sale value other than that artificially imposed
by government control?