Tag Archives: copyright

Dean Gray Tuesday…er…Wednesday

I didn’t get around to posting this yesterday, so I’ll tell folks about it now. Actually, I’ll let BoingBoing explain. Today is Dean Gray Tuesday, a net-wide day of protest over Warner Brothers attempt to censor a stupendous noncommercial mashup album called American Edit that remixes Green Day’s album American Idiot. For today, websites across […]

Absolut Bull$#!%

I’m a big fan and supporter of parody and I loathe petty litigation. The image posted here is brought to you by the fine folks at 2 Political Junkies. I’m not associated with them, by the way. The reason I have my own copy of the image is just in case they have to take […]

Same Old Song and Dance

‘Twould seem the RIAA, record companies, and their pack of snarling, salivating hyenas…er…lawyers, haven’t noticed that pay-to-download is a workable business model that has people’s attention – and money. If record companies produced CDs with 15 or so good songs, none of this would be an issue. Music piracy was a case of necessity inventing. […]