“By now, you’ve probably read Steve Jobs’s essay, “Thoughts on Music” and had the same warm, fuzzy reaction we did. We’re back to our senses (somewhat) and we’re here to cut through the afterglow and examine his treatise in detail, since every single word was undoubtedly carefully chosen.”
Having read that and other commentaries  I wonder if it’s not all politics and PR. Do you see Jobs freeing up any of Apple’s ‘property rights’ while calling on big media to drop DRM? Do you see any call for open DRM that is another widely discussed option? Do you see any call to promote the benefits of the P2P infrastructure?
My feeling is that Jobs’ thoughts are still very private – that is private, proprietary, property not public peer participation.
p.s. Fortune’s Brent Schlender also brings iPhone and video content into the political equation.