Professor Tim Wu and programmer Stuart Sierra have launched Project Posner, a searchable database of legal opinions authored by jurist and blogger Richard A. Posner.
Issue-spotting the Live Web, attorney Denise Howell muses about cutting edge technology-related legal issues.
Denise Howell is an appellate, intellectual property and technology lawyer who enjoys broad industry recognition for her expertise on the intersection of emerging technologies and law.
Victor Cajiao of the Typcial Mac User Podcast and others, unpacks the last year's worth of growth in the iTunes podcast directory:When the iTunes Music Store (ITMS) indroduced podcasting last year it quickly provided more than 8,000 podcasters with a place to tell their stories. Today I checked the iTunes Music Store and counted the total number of podcast.
Wikipedia cites Mr. Spock's goatee from the original Star Trek series episode Mirror Mirror as "a part of popular culture as a satirical symbol of evil and normality run amok.
Continued coverage of the AttentionTrust luncheon follows:Comments from Seth Goldstein: Seth discusses attention attributes that have quantified value, email addresses, etc. On the Internet, our gestures (what we do, what we don't do) form this mass of data.
I'm here at an AttentionTrust luncheon, featuring a talk by Michael Goldhaber and some AttentionTrust and GestureBank related announcements. Dan Farber is here as well, so check his blog for related coverage (and his photos are included below).
And the gunmen are the DMCA's safe harbor provisions and MGM v. Grokster.
There were about 10 minutes left to go on our legal panel here at the Podcast and Portable Media Expo when Mollie Chaney, BMI's Manager for Internet Licensing, chimed in with a comment that conveyed BMI's interest in making life easier for podcasters. We then watched, entertained, as for the rest of the session she proceeded to give out what must have been her every last business card with the dexterity of a Vegas dealer.
I'm at the Podcast and Portable Media Expo, where I ran into my friend Rick Klau with Feedburner. Rick just rattled off these amazing stats:Feedburner is receiving some 250 million requests per day on the feeds for the approximately 400,000 feeds it is managing.
And Lionhead Studios (now owned by Microsoft), as it turns out, means that pretty literally. My last post triggered a fascinating discussion in the comments about what one may or may not do with machinima films created using The Movies.
What do you get when you cross: a good musician, Creative Commons, accessible authoring, creation, and hosting tools, and engaged listeners? The Jonathan Coulton Project.