The resources are the book CAE and the documentary presspauseplay.
The documentary presspauseplay relates with the CAE in that they are talking about the existence of the same phenomena. The documentary talks about the internet and technology in relation to artistry, creativity and talent. It poses the question as to whether the use of technology in the art world is a development or the beginning of the end of the talent world. The CAE on the other hand talks about plagiarism and its usage before, now and the future and whether it is good for the art world as well.
There is a similarity in the thinking of the two works of art in that the documentary interviews world renowned and influential creators of the digital era who talk about the goodness of the digital technological advancement even if it infringes on the copyright issue. Musicians like Lykke Li and Robyn think that technology is a blessing. Robyn says that “several years ago it was hard to even produce a song since you needed to be older, have a little recording money and know the crème de la crème of the industry and it took months to do what can now be done in five minutes”(Press Pause Play). Lykke Li also thanks the internet and technology because she says, “I would not be here I’m here because of the Internet. I would probably not be here without the Internet”.
CAE also talk about some influential people who thank the internet and technology as being the factors to placing them where they are at the time. An example from the book is Theodor Nelson who studied computer programming in the 1960s say, “over the periods I came to realize that although programmers structured their data hierarchically, they didn’t have to. I began to see the computer as the ideal place for making interconnections among things accessible to people”(CAE). This was also seconded by Vannevarbush and his