When I Say I’m In Love, You’d Best Believe I’m In Love L-U-V Edition
Todays links of interest:
- Al Franken enters Minn. Senate race
At least one ‘Loper’s mother is no doubt trying to figure out how she can vote for Mr. Franken without moving from California.
- Yahoo Music exec agreeing with Jobs’ DRM-free sentiment?
Well, wouldn’t you?
- Can you think of a great novel that takes place where the author has never been?
Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
- The K Chronicles
As fans of his comic since it debuted in the Bay Area in the 1990s, we’d like to welcome Keef to L.A. And we have no doubt that it will be fodder for future hilarious comix.
- ‘Virtual’ Journalism in an Online ‘Second Life’
Medialoper office opening soon — we’re just waiting for final approval on the new space from our roving journalist (last seen squatting in unsavory neighborhoods).
- Is Radio Still Radio if There?s Video?
Isn’t there an old adage about there being a reason you can’t see people on the radio?
- Google loses copyright suit
Meaning this poor Belgian newspaper is going to lose out on all that lovely international traffic. Someone, somewhere thinks that’s a good thing.
- All Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD Encryption Defeated by Single Key
It’s a very powerful key, of course: it also makes you invisible. But it will wear you down.
- Music Exec Rebuts Apple’s Critique of DRM
They seem to think that somehow you can have interoperability and DRM, when the very nature of DRM is to restrict operability. So no.
- Google e-mail service ready for all
No good can come of this.
- No ‘Second Life’ for Microsoft’s Vista
Kind of tacky, throwing your opening party in a place where your bbrand new users can’t go. This is the type of sad that makes us wish we weren’t cold-hearted bloggers.