The Globe and Mail story Globetechnology: Chinese ban on Wikipedia prevents research, users say Wikipedia, which offers more than 2.2 million articles in 100 languages, has emerged as an important source of scholarly knowledge in China and many other countries. Continue reading China blocking Wikipedia
More followup on Sarmite Bulte : Is Canadian CopyRight for Sale?. Michael Geist asks “Cause or Effect“, and wonders about her inability to comprehend why so many Canadians are troubled by her January 19th fundraiser and her history of accepting Continue reading Sam Bulte : What’s That Smell and is it Cause or Effect
The Canadian Federal MP for my riding of Parkdale/High Park, Sarmite (Sam) Bulte, is holding a fundraiser hosted by various lobbyists: Doug Frith (President of Canadian Motion Pictures Distributors Association – CMPDA), Graham Henderson (President of Canadian Recording Industry Association Continue reading Sarmite Bulte : Is Canadian CopyRight for Sale?
The day after Cory Doctorow announced his becoming a full-time writter, and leaving his day job at Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), Paul Di Filippo published, in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, a story in his “Plumage from Pegasus” Continue reading Cory quits Day Job, Internet collapses..
The Marketing and Money people have made “Web 2.0” the newest buzz word of the season with even the Wall Street Journal picking up on it. Via Darren Barefoot Some Clear Thinking on Web 2.0 we have Dion Hinchcliffe’s Five Continue reading Web 2.0: My Web