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I’m back . . . and I’ll attempt to live blog the third copyright panel. I got no angry emails, so I’ll assume that I’ve done an innocuous, irrelevant and/or good job . . . and I have thus proven my previous caveat that I will be unable to cover everything! Read more about Live Blogging IP Counterfactuals at MSU Law, Installment Two
I figure that I'll take my first shot at live-blogging, having been inspired by the Bay Area Blawgers event on Wednesday at Santa Clara [thanks to Prof. Eric Goldman of Santa Clara Law School for setting it up]. The target of this experiment is the conference at MSU Law, "What Ifs and Other Alternative Intellectual Property and Cyberlaw Stories". Read more about My First Experiment in Live Blogging -- MSU Law's IP Counterfactuals Conference, Installment One of ?
It's old news by blog standards, as it happened last week, but the Copyright Royalty Board has announced the new royalty rates for webcasts. No surprise, they are higher than what your typical (if there is such a thing) small, non-commercial Internet radio station can afford, as cogently analyzed by the Radio and Internet Newsletter. Read more about Internet Webcast Royalty Rates: The Same Old Story
A few months ago I mentioned that I was unburdening this website with my schedule updates, etc. for my radio show/podcast Hearsay Culture. And so it is done. You can find schedule information here; i.e., I'm thrilled to report that this week's guest is Prof. Richard Epstein of University of Chicago Law School. Read more about Hearsay Culture Information and Detritus
The month of February has been a blur, primarily spent doing all (and then some) of the new parent things about which I was warned and cautioned. So, for the time being in my blog, I am reduced to merely passing along what I believe to be useful announcements; writing energy being conserved primarily for my next article. Read more about Bay Area Blawgers Get-Together (with new parent caveat)
I received an email announcement from freeculture.org, "a diverse, non-partisan group of students and young people who are working to get their peers involved in the free culture movement," excerpted and html-ized (is that a word?) below: Read more about National Day of Action for Open Access: Feb. 15
At long last, and after repeated mentions on my radio show and podcast, Hearsay Culture, I am pleased to announce that Hearsayculture.com is live. The webpage includes information about the current shows, audio for all previous shows, and the schedule, as well as information about the show generally. Although it is publicly available, the site is still in beta form. Please check the site out, and if you have any comments or suggestions, please let me know. Read more about Hearsayculture.com Lives
It is always dangerous to blog when upset, but I will take the risk now so as to not subject my poor wife to further rants.
I have just finished the process of watching the President's State of the Union address. I want to focus on two sentences from that address that raised my ire. Read more about Balancing the Federal Budget
I am very pleased to announce the Hearsay Culture schedule through mid-May. Also, I think that I have solved my tech glitches [thanks to Lauren, Kent, Ben and Joe!] and will soon have audio of all previous shows posted, both here and on a separate website.
Meanwhile, here's the schedule (airdates -- not guests -- subject to change): Read more about Hearsay Culture Schedule Through Mid-May
With a busy schedule of flying place to place and a child on the way, my radio schedule for Hearsay Culture (see here for more info on the show) has been in a state of flux. But I think that I now have a final schedule into February -- and I thank everyone for their patience.
Also, I've been working on a corollary webpage, and alas I am hopeful that I can get audio onto it. I'll be posting audio here as well, and when the webpage is live, I'll let you know. Meanwhile, I hope that you enjoy the upcoming lineup, and, as always, welcome feedback and suggestions! Read more about Final Hearsay Culture Schedule Into February -- Yes, This Is It!
My hectic schedule has caused some further revisions to the schedule of Hearsay Culture. So, here's a further revised schedule of upcoming shows, with some added guests:
November 22: Erik Davis, philosopher and author of the book "Techgnosis." Read more about Further Revised Hearsay Culture Schedule
As I learn all the fun and angles of building a website, I want to offer interim relief pending the launch of the actual Hearsay Culture website (wow, that was true legalese!) So, I am pleased to offer the first 15 shows of Hearsay Culture below, all in mp3 format and without the musical interludes. They are also still available on iTunes here. The rest of the shows will be posted soon. Read more about Hearsay Culture Audio and Revised Schedule
I'm very excited about the schedule of upcoming guests on Hearsay Culture, my radio show on KZSU-FM (5-6 PM PST on Wednesdays) and iTunes podcast. In rough order for the next few months (starting today), here is the schedule: Read more about Upcoming Guests on Hearsay Culture