Finally, Marriage is Fully Defended! or Homophobes Can Leave our Fucking State! Edition
Todays links of interest:
- Study says some file-sharing uploads hindered
Net neutrality now! What more proof do you need than the beginning of this official statement: "Cox allows the use of file-sharing and peer-to-peer services…" That word "allows" speaks volumes.
- Slate’s special issue on procrastination
Still need to get around to reading this.
- Ask.com Buys Dictionary.com
All we can ask (get it?) is that they don’t somehow ruin the ease of dictionary.com, a site we use on what seems like at least a daily basis.
- California Supreme Court overturns gay marriage ban
As a happily married heterosexual ‘loper, I say "Whoo hoo!" and assure the world that the sanctity of my marriage is not affected in any way by this ruling.
- The Customer is King at Digital Book 2008
We quote from the lead: ?Give the customers what they want? was the message at Digital Book 2008, the annual conference sponsored by the International Digital Publishing Forum, held yesterday at the McGraw-Hill auditorium in Manhattan.
- CBS Strikes Deal with lonelygirl15 Creators
This week, CBS is all about the crazy new media deals.
- Piracy growing as fewer fans buy downloads
Interesting, especially in light of other studies that suggest the numbers of legal downloads are rising. Of course, it doesn’t help when some labels continue to make the process hard and cumbersome.