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What does a history from a period decades ago have to do with the current situation? A fascinating study of how different kinds of people (most noteably the Tories under Neville Chamberlain and those aligned with Winston Churchill) dealt with the “gun to the head” tactics of the “Narzis” before Herr Hitler and company showed […]
Here’s a makeover test for you…try watching a couple videos on Hulu and then watching a couple videos on YouTube. That is, try watching professional content then amateur content. Including amateur copies of professional content. The difference in production values is really quite remarkable. Hulu looks like something worth paying for and YouTube looks like…well, […]
We’re very fortunate to have Professor Doug Lichtman at the UCLA School of Law, and you can experience just how lucky lucky is at Professor Lichtman’s podcast site http://www.ipcolloquium.com/Intro.htm. I highly commend the podcasts to anyone who is serious about intellectual property. Professor Lichtman has a great sense of humor–you can always tell when someone […]
The Google Books settlement agreement makes for an interesting read. Trying to figure out what is means is challenging. Whenever Google is involved, I know that if you don’t think they are taking advantage of creators, it’s because you haven’t thought about it long enough. So think about this. As a fundamental point, the settlement […]