Talking the online copyright war w @starkness @ystrickler in @Guardian

Alexis Ohanian, Reddit's co-founder, agrees. "I'm hopeful right now. These are not soundbite issues, they are complicated. If you look at the work that Reddit's community did investigating Sopa, you can see that there is a lot of thought going into these issues in the community. Like a lot of rights, I think we took our right to a life online for granted until it was challenged. I think we are on guard now."

Yancey nails it a bit later in the article. Check it out. We the people want to pay artists for their work -- only now they can speak directly with their fans.