...if I weren't primarily on sick child duty this week:
- CC Chapman knows more about podcasts and music licensing than just about anyone, so when he talks about the two it's well worth a listen.
- Chefs are printing copyright notices on their food. (Consider the whole spectrum of unlicensed derivative works brought on by the digestive process alone.)
- Music services to music industry: ditch the DRM, you're asking us to run a race with no legs, no arms, not even a racetrack.
- Three words, MPAA EVP/CTO Brad Hunt, make it happen: "[T]he consumer, if he or she has already purchased licensed material, should certainly be able to transfer that content to any other new or old device."
- Magic numbers: BusinessWeek discusses how little things like Ajax, RSS, and widgets rewrite the rules of the metrics game.
- Wharton profs ruminate (mostly positively) on the Live Web.