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You’ve been owned

Monday, October 29th, 2012

I’m supporting Demand Progress and others to support Supap Kirtsaeng in the Kirtsaeng vs John Wiley & Sons case.


Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

In lieu of changing code in my header template (not even sure I can do that with a multi-user [MU] WordPress blog like this one) which would black out this blog completely, I’m instead posting a small badge as a reminder to keep pushing Congress to do the right thing. As the Oatmeal points out, […]

Diigo Bookmarks 08/05/2008 (p.m.)

Tuesday, August 5th, 2008

Technology Review: 3-D Printing for the Masses From p.2 of this article: QUOTE “Ultimately, I think people will have these [3-D rapid prototyping] printers at home,” says Lipson. The idea is that people will pay a nominal amount for blueprints and then download them, in much the same way that music is shared over the […]

On the road to Vancouver’s 2010 Olympic Madness, one sleeping bag at a time…

Wednesday, August 1st, 2007

Marianne Lepa, publisher of Arts News Canada (see my blog post from July 21), wrote in today’s by-subscription newsletter about Kimberly Baker, an artist who recently graduated from Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design in Vancouver. It’s a story of the ham-fisted 2010 Olympics/ Vancouver Organizing Committee’s approach to “copyright” and marketing rights, and […]

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