Wednesday, March 23, 2005
My iPod has recently served up the following you might also enjoy:
- The latest Law Related Things that Suck
- Gary Kendra on Skype, including 1) its general coolness, and 2) some related (mostly privacy oriented) legal issues
- Chris Pirillo interviews Michael Robertson (now of Linspire; then of MP3.com, and thus an historic award of copyright damages). Robertson's MP3Tunes ("Don't rent your music, own it!") and MP3beamer ("a DMR [digital music recorder] stores your music collection and makes your music library instantly accessible from just about anywhere using any software or any device") projects look pretty interesting.
- From the Center for Democracy and Technology: Testimony of Ari Schwartz before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce on "Combating Spyware: H.R. 29, the SPY ACT"
- [Update:] Also, though I haven't yet subscribed, John Edwards now has a podcast (feed). [via Podcasting News]
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