A week or so ago, British media whore Lily Allen got in a tiff with Radiohead, Pink Floyd's Nick Mason and Annie Lennox, claiming such "rich" artists don't care about stopping digital piracy because, well, they're rich! So what'd she do? She started a blog! She even named it It's Not Alright
, a clever play on her first album. (Note the URL: IDontWanttoChangetheWorld.Blogspot.com!) This all seemed a bit, um, trite, especially considering how Allen rose to stardom via buzz on file sharing networks, a string of digitally released mixtapes (which used choice samples from artists, presumably without clearing them) and the cult of MySpace. It's even funnier because Allen claims only the "rich" artists don't care about file sharing because they are already rich. Sorry Lily, but we're pretty sure Billy Bragg is always looking out for the little guy, and you, well, you were born to a famous British comedian and a movie producer, so we're guessing times weren't too tough at the Allen household. Nevertheless, Allen seems to have recanted her mission, as It's Not Alright has been deleted from the pages of Blogger. (See here
). Guess you really didn't want to change the world, did ya Lily.