from Open Congress blog: … The Intellectual Property Enhanced Criminal Enforcement Act of 2007, was introduced on July 24th and it could easily be ready for a vote before Bush’s six months of warrantless spying are over. Here’s how it works: Besides increasing penalties for all kinds of copyright infringement, the bill adds a new […]
I wonder what Apple’s upcoming manufactured rumour of the next overhyped piece of junk will be. Perhaps an iStockticker? Someday, Jobs will learn the tremendous damage unhappy customers can cause.
Let us not forget, when obsessing about the latest hyped up product of slave labour, that its only possible choice of provider is a traitorous scum of a corporation. http://www.wired.com/science/discove…/2006/04/70619 http://www.eff.org/news/archives/2006_01.php http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post…-and-riaa.html They are also starting to censor their network: http://www.latimes.com/technology/la…ck=1&cset=true So much for net neutrality. http://boingboing.net/2006/01/31/eff…tt_for_he.html http://www.lockergnome.com/nexus/usr…mpaa-and-riaa/ http://www.usatoday.com/news/washing…5-10-nsa_x.htm http://www.latimes.com/technology/la…,5531531.story
Freedom of speech is just that. First of all, the so called ‘A-list’ bloggers are for the most part a bunch of constipated fat dweebs who think when they discover something, that they are the first to have conquered the new territory in question. Example: Twitter. It’s what livejournal was in 2000 only with Twitter, […]
I agree with Winer here wholeheartedly. The big question is why has Time magazine become one giant ad for Apple? Do they share many board members or interests? Scripting News: 1/13/2007 I don’t believe for a minute that Jobs’s closed-box approach to cell phones is the right one. Growth is driven by choice. The Internet […]
Someone’s going to get a bunch of justifiably angry emails from the Videoblogging Group tonight.Imagine if a website launched…and they simply reposted blog posts from Boing Boing, Scobleizer, Engadget, etc. These kind of sites are called “splogs”. Any funded site knows this is a no no.But new video hosting companies are still all learning that […]
Umm did I miss something? When did LaPorte become one of the founders of the medium of Podcasting… seriously. Laporte’s Podcast Agenda Don’t Screw It Up Laporte is the host of the smash-hit podcast TWiT (This Week in Technology), which is downloaded millions of times each time it is released into cyberspace. But beyond being […]