Tag Archives: youtube

talks I’ve done that might be helpful to you

So, my resolution to write all new talks for 2009 is meaning I spend a lot more time on them. “All new” may be a bit of a stretch since one of my recent talks contained a part of an … Continue reading

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ACLU: Internet content filters, not for governments to decide

“Government imposed censorship is very different from censorship imposed by a parent.” “Internet content filtering does in fact have flaws… It overblocks.” Thanks to Sarah for the heads up and kudos for the ACLU using your research. I find that … Continue reading

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What happens in a copyright dispute on YouTube?

One the the benefits of my free agent status is that I can occasionally push the envelope on certain rules in a spirit of “see what happens” realizing that some small town in Vermont won’t be bankrupted if I get … Continue reading

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holiday antics from the National Library of Australia

“Staff from the National Library of Australia performing Thriller at the 2008 staff Christmas party”

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something fun for a rainy Tuesday

Hi there — I’ve been answering a lot of Palin-related email over the past few days and getting ready for some upcoming travel. I found this link during non-work-related web surfing and enjoyed the fact that it’s a fun, possibly … Continue reading

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