"There are collectives whose business model is built on generating traffic while not paying, or paying an absurdly small amount, for content. They can do this for two reasons: the sheer number of people who want to write for a living, and the conviction that the public won't be able to tell the difference between what they're getting and what they could be getting."
And some of them clamor for Big Gov't and have those writers on as sub-contractors who wouldn't qualify for health insurance....
Regardless, I think Mr. Sheehan is one to something. Mr. Carroll should follow suit.