Todays links of interest:
- DRM and the myth of the ‘analog hole’
Hollywood and Washington don’t seem to understand how piracy works. The result of their ignorance? DRM schemes that punish consumers while piracy continues to proliferate.
- FCC Cancels Some Indecency Fines
How can you trust an agency that can’t tell time? Turns out some of the broadcasts were indecent, but protected. Or something like that.
- Lift music is not elevating
Lift = British for elevator. Elevator music is, apparently, brainwashing us. Remember that the next time you find yourself humming "Run, Joey, Run" in a meeting.
- Agent Rod Brickman: Copy Protection
I’m afraid THIS is the future of DRM
- LAT edict: shorter stories
Sometimes commenting is too easy — suffice to say, we’ll refrain except to note that blaming the writer is like totally forgetting the magic that is the inverted pyramid. Cut, editors, cut. That’s what the delete key is there for!