Jason Calacanis says there’s no business model for YouTube. Jason’s one of my heroes in the publishing business, and I’m going to have to back him up on this one. It’s nothing more than Napster for video. And it will continue to serve an illegal function up until the courts shut them down. Yes, it’s cool to be able to find all kinds of crazy videos on demand, but a lot of those videos are the sole property of NBC, especially in the Lazy Sunday case, and big companies don’t generally take too kindly to having their content stolen and then freely distributed.