Wednesday, August 09, 2006
And now for today's undifferentiated link dump:
- Macworld's two podcasts (thus far; feed) and video highlights from WWDC '06
- Out-Law on RIAA v. Limewire; AP re same
- Mercury News wins fair use victory re use of a book photo "for purposes of commentary or news reporting."
- Gilbert Cranberg (George H. Gallup Professor of Journalism Emeritus, the University of Iowa School of Journalism and Mass Communication): "Some nations license journalists, but we supposedly do not. And yet a government official, a judge, after examining my published work, had officially proclaimed me to be a journalist. If that isn't licensing, it's uncomfortably close to it."
- TechCrunch's continuing coverage of AOL's data dump and its fallout; Declan McCullagh re same
- University of California joins Google Library
- Getting meta on meta on meta: Amit Agarwal covers the coverage — specifically, the headlines — re Dave Sifry's latest report.
- Marty Schwimmer on "official" MySpace pages for fictional characters: "False false endorsement?"
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