Monthly Archives: November 2012

Authors’ ‘Termination Rights’ Starts in 2013

These ‘termination rights’, a copyright Act, let artists break contracts after 35 years. It was triggered by a lawsuit between the disco group Village People and music studios. 1978 bestselling authors who are eligible to reclaim their work include Stephen … Continue reading

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Dictatorial Blog Providers

My blogging friend Rick of Bookmarks4Tech and I recently got our our blogs ‘suspended’. Mine by Tumblr and his by Blogspot. What is surprising are the similarities of the ways they meted out the suspensions. It wasn’t clear why our … Continue reading

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TEDxRC2 (Alberto Cairo) (Photo credit: International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)) Essley calls his role in affair ‘accidental … shocking and life-changing’ ‘What follows is an edited version of our email conversation, starting with…

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Or am I speaking too soon? Here is an excerpt from an actual blog post from McAfee: Watchfulness Posted on November 19, 2012 by John McAfee The first two days Sam and I were on…

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Freedamn is Just Another Word With Chinese Characteristics

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UN Declares November 10 ‘Malala Day’

Even if Malala is a Western propaganda tool, trying to murder her – a mere girl – is plain sissy ‘United Nations Special Envoy Gordon Brown has declared November 10 “Malala Day” worldwide. To commemorate Malala, he will visit Pakistan … Continue reading

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