While you were trying to figure out exactly the hell was going on with that Lost finale, here’s what we were looking at:
- That’s What I Like: O’Reilly Media’s Safari Bookshelf – Kirk likes how O’Reilly migrated their essential technical books seemlessly into the eBook space.
Publishing Versus The Net Generation – What that the rest of the publishing world could learn from O’Reilly’s success instead of fighting the inevitable.
- Copyright And The Artistic Process – Kassia wades into the continuing struggle between artists recontextualizing existing art to create new works and the copyright holders of said existing art.
- Why Not The NiPod? – It is, of course, entirely possible that the two greatest advertisers of our age will use their combined muscle to make the Nike+iPod Sports Kit the must-have item of Summer ’06. But I doubt it.
- The RIAA Is “Feeling Pretty Good” – Next up for the RIAA: suing a fetus for “future intent to download copyrighted music.”
- That’s What I Like: The Lightwedge – I’m really still amazed at how simple it is, and wonder why it took so long for somebody to come up with it.
- Lopetop Theater – Series One, Episode The First – Lopy is excited to be the emcee of our latest feature, and hopes that you’ll think of her as the Ed Sullivan of the 21st century.