Says spokesman for Gen Y.
Honest people go to the store to buy their music. But not Ryan Healy. He was using Napster to steal songs while he was in still junior high. In college he switched to Kazaa.
Now, he's so used to taking whatever he wants that he can't imagine himself adapting to the command structure of the business world. And, he believes that he's not alone.
The internet has raised an entire Napster Generation of outlaws, rabid individualists who are used to satisfying their impulses here and now. And these guys, who have have little patience for anyone who gets in their way, will force employers to give them more room for personal initiative on the job.
And so, again, technology has outpaced the social structure creating a new, aggressive middle class which will be the next vehicle of the democratic revolution.