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Public Address 11/04/08 - Intellectual Properties

Public Address 11/04/08 - Intellectual Properties

Intellectual Properties | Apr 11, 2008 11:18
Russell Brown's Hard News
Ars Technica has a story on our new copyright law that makes very interesting reading. It underlines the point I made earlier in the week that it could have been worse: "Canadian law professor Michael Geist points out that its anticircumvention rules are quite progressive. Unlike the DMCA..." http://publicaddress.net/default,4914.sm

A Very Short Stroll Through the History of the British Comedy Duo | Apr 11, 2008 09:51
David Haywood from Southland
It's 3:26 in the morning and I should be working on an article with an urgent deadline -- but I've been thinking about comedy instead. It occurs to me -- philosophizing at this ungodly hour -- that few institutions have given the world as much pleasure as the British comedy... http://publicaddress.net/default,4913.sm

PA Radio: New Telepathics
Posted at 11:15AM on 11 Apr 08
A chat with Europe-based but New Zealand-inspired Darryn Harkness about New Telepathics and his various other musical projects. http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,1037,pa_radio_new_telepathics.sm

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