We’ll just print this quote unedited – it’s from an interview with BitTorrent co-founder Bram Cohen, on the oversupply of recorded music:”Music has a bigger problem, it’s that people want to make it. It’s the peacocks tail. The reason guys make music is that they want to get laid. So men are usually willing to pay a lot of money in the hope of getting laid. Anything that helps you get laid with amazing regularity is something you would expect a tremendous oversupply of. So we have unbelievable amounts of music. People pay a lot to learn how to play music and it’s ridiculous to expect people to make money off it. Normally if you want to make money you do something no one wants to do.”Does he have a point?