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Public Address 13/11/09 - Don't sell us down

Public Address 13/11/09 - Don't sell us down the river

ACTA: Don't sell us down the river | Nov 13, 2009 12:35
GUEST: Colin Jackson stands up for your rights
It's tempting to see the confrontation between the entertainment industry and the Internet as some kind of moral issue; a clash of the heavyweights with only one possible outcome: a triumph of good over evil. In the red corner we have the people who bring us recorded music and Hollywood...

"And now my life has changed in oh so many ways . . ." | Nov 13, 2009 09:49
Graham Reid's many things As many of you will know Chris Knox is recovering from a stroke and many of his musical friends -- local and international -- have rallied around, recorded some of his songs, and now a double CD (Stroke: Songs For Chris Knox) is coming out on Monday. I have been...

Letter from a Beautiful Berton Sister | Nov 13, 2009 08:49
David Haywood from Christchurch
I like a happy ending. In fact, a visitor perusing my bookshelves can easily identify the books that end well. A Room with a View and High Fidelity and A Patchwork Planet and all of Austen are dog-eared and sellotaped-up from being...


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