Apr 9, 2013
Craig and John look at two recent court decisions that could have a big impact on how movies get sold and resold and how writers get paid. First-Sale Doctrine is one of those intractable issues that involves freedom and control, bits and atoms, creators and consumers.
From there, we take a look at whether comedy is necessarily funny on the page, and why jokes can work or fail based on tiny details. Then we tackle productivity and happiness, concepts that may not be as directly related as you believe.
UPDATE 4-15-13: The transcript of this episode can be found here.