(entry last updated: 2002-07-03 16:06:36)
Hi, everyone from ILaw! – Charlie Nesson is pointing you here – although feel free to look around!
Typically, the arrival of a big, ugly barge in the Charles River tells those of us at the Kendall Square end of the MIT campus that there’s a big fireworks program in the offing. Today, after leaving my home too early to get my home paper delivery, I get a new harbinger of July 4th – the elimination of all newspaper vending machines. I need my Globe fix!
Not much net news today, except for the Day 2 blogs of the ILP, which can be found below (actually there are some links!!):
So, what was Charlie Nesson up to yesterday? (I’m off to get on the T for Harvard – I’ll add my thoughts after I get to class)
(4 links below)
- CNet has a piece on what the movie industry needs to do to deal with piracy.
- The LATimes compares the sales posture/piracy risks & motivations of DVDs and CDs; Slashdot discusses
- Pirate Internet radio is starting up, according to CNet in the form of Streamer.
- Yikes! The RIAA is getting ready to cut their throats – Slashdot anticipates the fallout