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Public Address 18/07/06 - Mindshare Vs. Moolah

PUBLIC ADDRESS 18/07/06 - Mindshare vs. moolah

Mindshare vs. moolah | Jul 18, 2006 10:51
Russell Brown's Hard News

So YouTube hits 100 million videos a day. And surely, any day now, they'll be slapping ads all over the place and cashing up big-time. Well, not so fast. As Ars Technica points out, the DMCA provides YouTube with a defence against copyright complaints, so long...
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Metics Fourteen | Jul 17, 2006 19:37

A day at the office with Che Tibby The first question to answer is "what in the hell is a metic anyhow?" More than a couple of people have mentioned that one. In a nutshell 'metic' is a Classical Greek word for 'resident alien'...
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Alt.Nation: New Zealand, on Air? | Jul 17, 2006 12:56
Graham Reid's many things

Following the withdrawal of the locally made, $9 million drama series Orange Roughies, New Zealand on Air has had to reconsider what programmes it will be funding, says the organisation's Head of Cash Disbursements David Bander...
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