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Article form publishing2.com: Web2.0 puts users in control of everying, but wont share profits

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this is a nice article that is relevant to donationcoder.com, and i hope this is an issue that will continue to get attention.  surely sites built on the content created with others should not be getting rich off this content while the creators get nothing.  surely the solution is that much (most) of the profits should go to the community of content creators..

I’ve been following an interesting trend of power grabs by Web 2.0 companies, from MySpace to YouTube to Google — Web 2.0 is supposed to be all about the “user,” but when it comes to profit making the user is getting shut out:
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