Via Boing Boing, Michael Geist gives his view of The University of Toronto hosted “Sound Bytes, Sound Rights: Canada at the Crossroads of Copyright Law” (as previously mentioned , unfortunately I was unable to attend (went sking)). (The hand out Continue reading Canadian recording industry wants a "free market" of government subsidies and monopoly protection
A new short story by Cory Doctorow on The Infinite Matrix : i, robot. Enjoy: Arturo Icaza de Arana-Goldberg, Police Detective Third Grade, United North American Trading Sphere, Third District, Fourth Prefecture, Second Division (Parkdale) had had many adventures in Continue reading i, robot by Cory Doctorow
Nat Friedman announces the launch of Hula, a new project to build an open source mail and calendar server and Rich Web Client, with some different ideas. (but will it allow for Tags and Folksonomies?) Plus Jamie Zawinski focus them Continue reading Hula, open source mail and calendar server, and GroupWare bad.
Flying out to Calgary last week I was seated next to Jay Ingram well known co-host and producer of Daily Planet, the hour long science magazine on Canada’s Discovery Channel, Toronto Star columnist, Author (most recently: The Velocity of Honey Continue reading Jay Ingram, Science Guy
Robert Scobleizer rips a MS marketing droid a new one for disrespectting his customers, in “No RSS? No downloads? No interaction? Fake content? You’re fired!“, which has some interesting comments, including a link to RSS for Journalists (Here’s my own Continue reading Marketing as if the Customer Matters.