Monday, January 17, 2005
Today's podcast (MP3) has more about my phone (which podcasts, slices, dices, and might just fold the laundry). I also talk about RSS and commercial or other unlicensed uses of a work (see Saturday's post), a cavalcade of OC podcasters, and conclude with a glimpse at legal AI. Related links:
- The Sony Ericsson K700i.
- Link cosmos for Marty Schwimmer's post Saturday about Bloglines.
- Robert Scoble rounds up several related posts: The RSS copyright can of worms is open. Includes a pointer to this classic headline from Shelley Powers: Take your hands off the Tech and back away slowly.
- More from Robert Scoble: "Yesterday was a sad day for me. It was the day that DRM in RSS was born."
- John Palfrey on this topic on April 7, 2003, July 11, 2003 and July 14, 2003: "I very often hear technical people rely on fair use as a reason for doing something, and those people are almost always overstating its reach."
- Jason Calacanis also recently discussed commercial versus noncommercial use of syndicated material: RSS Abuse: What's fair use and what's abuse. (or Skweezer gets it wrong).
- The Daily Whirl.
- Marty Schwimmer on March 27, 2003: Aggregators: I would like to clarify our agreement.
- The Creative Commons RSS Module.
- Burning Questions, the official FeedBurner weblog: Creative Commons, Feed Splicing, and Merged Licenses.
- Blogger's help topic on Syndication.
- The Gillmor Gang, with guest Adam Bosworth. (Possibly relevant to the debate about the unique nature of RSS; the point that caught my ear was the redistribution of bandwidth discussion at 48:50 - 51:20.)
- The Orange County Podcast Users Group (via Steve Holden). Lenn Pryor, come on down!
- MIT's Technology Review, February 2005 issue.
- Legal AI: JustSys.
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