The creative landscape is changing. Technologies like Pro Tools, the iPod, and peer-to-peer networks have become mainstream in the digital age, creating a wild frontier of sorts in music. Independent artists can reach mass audiences once forbidden to them. These technologies are fostering the rise of “semiotic democracy”—where more and more people are no longer passive consumers of mass media, but active participants in creating culture. Cops vs Lawyers, Issue 3

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Questions for Issue 5 Cops vs Lawyers:

In our next issue, SHOUT will look into the yes and the no behind victorious SF Propositon H, banning handguns in city & county. Our usual suspects answer these 5:

How will it be enforced as far as penalties, gun buy-backs, etc?

Why were past gun laws insufficient for SF?

Will this curb gun crime in SF?

Will the Black Market incline?

How does H's passage affect SF's reputation?