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Three examples make a trend. consider these: a computer company getting into the home theater PC business admits the main use of its product is watching illegally downloaded movies. An executive of a consumer electronics company says that if pornography helped popularize technologies like videotape a generation ago, then music and movie piracy is in the driver's seat today. Finally, a venture capitalist lets on over lunch that the real high-tech executive of the decade should not be Apple's Steve Jobs or the cofounders of Google but Sean Fanning, the kid behind the short-lived but trailblazing music "sharing" service, Napster.