Prior to posting my blogs via Radio, I used the Twiki software to blog on my tedroche.com site, where I’ve also got a knowledgebase of SourceSafe stuff and a business card-sized web site. I’ve moved the contents over to this server, for safe keeping and archive. There are some missing pictures and broken links, but the jist of the materials is there, and I’ll get around to updating it one of these days…
Archive | January 18, 2003
Comcast must feel that having two million inconvenienced, pissed-off customers is less painful than just adding a few MX records to their mail server. Anyone got an email address of the folks in charge of Comcast, so we can let them know our feelings on this?
Titles and permalinks are a neat feature of Radio, but it’s not completely clear how to do it. I wish the tutorials on using the product were a little more accessible, but The Answers Are Out There, I just need to go find them…
Doc Searls points out Larry Lessig’s New York Tome’s op-ed column, “Protecting Mickey Mouse at Art’s Expense” in and emphasizes a portion of the column where Lessig proposes a fee for extending a copyright, similar to the current patent system. That way, owners would be inclined to release items no longer earning their keep. Could this establish a new industry of copyrights for sale? Potentially a two-edged sword. But it could bring back these works in accessible form to our culture.
Eleven degrees below zero Fahrenheit this morning. Brrr. The dogs decided it was a good morning for a long walk. Thank goodness for Polartec®. (A non-compensated, unsolicited endorsement)
Mickey Mouse Speaks – an interview with the mouse on the Supreme Court decision to not Free The Mouse.
Computerworld News] I wonder if this same ruling can be extended to Oracle and Microsoft and their prohibitions on publishing benchmarks…. The decision means the software developer can’t stop users from publishing product reviews or benchmark tests without the company’s permission. [