Since this article was designed to exist online, most of the references in this piece have been attributed through links in the text. For those where no reference was readily available online, I have created traditional footnote documentation. While many of the sources I have referenced first came to my attention through printed material, it seems more useful to attempt to keep things linked digitally to enable the reader to travel "down the rabbit hole" towards new paths of discovery.
1. Daphne Keller, “The Musician as Thief: Digital Culture and Copyright Law,” in Sound Unbound: Sampling Digital Music and Culture, ed. Paul D. Miller (Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2008), 135.
2. Austin Kleon, Steal Like an Artist, (New York: Workman, 2012), 7.