Wednesday, February 27, 2002
what's hot what's not
Jack Valenti! Quit your Whining!!!!
On February 25, 2002, in the Letters to the Editor section of the Washington Post and online here, Jack Valenti the chairman and CEO of the Motion Picture Association is whining about how unfair the Internet is to movie moguls.
They really need to get a life!
Reasonable and Non Discriminatory
It looks like the W3C is getting with the program on Open Standards.
Control & Creativity
Copyright is one of the four horsemen of the coming Internet Apocalypse. Fortunately for you Lawrence Lessig thinks about it a lot.
"The Internet puts two futures in front of us, the one we seem to be taking and the one we could. The one we seem to be taking is easy to describe. Take the Net, mix it with the fanciest TV, add a simple way to buy things, and thatís pretty much it."
Working for Nothing - Working for All of Us
Eldred v. Ashcroft is going to the Supreme Court.
Professor Lessig is looking for volunteers interesting in working on the pro bono challenge to the copyright term extension act in the Supreme Court -- Eldred v. Ashcroft. Send a resume to carinne.johnson [at] stanford.edu.
p i x e l v i e w
Blogging, WebLogs, personal sites are blurring the lines of Journalism.
Online Journalism is a simple concept. Journalism Online.
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