Archive for date: September 29, 2004

EFF: What Peer-to-Peer Developers Need to Know about Copyright Law

September 29, 2004 | Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt, Intellectual Property | By: Mark VandeWettering

Fred von Lohmann has published an interesting article on the intricacies of law surrounding the development of P2P software entitled: What Peer-to-Peer Developers Need to Know about Copyright Law. It is a good article which tries to clearly describe what direct, contributory and vicarious liability means, and how developers can potentially avoid legal pitfalls in […]

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Sigh, A’s fall to second place…

September 29, 2004 | Baseball | By: Mark VandeWettering

Well, the A’s fall a game behind the Anaheim Angels with 4 games left to play. I like Jim Mecir, but it seems to me that you just can’t make him the guy you hang your season on. Nobody is really fooled by that screwball anymore (the pitch, not Jim), and you are risking a […]

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Woohoo! Validation!

September 29, 2004 | Audioblogs and Podcasting | By: Mark VandeWettering

I was surfing this morning and noticed that Dave Slusher, the Evil Genius, had provided a link to this site in the announcement of his audioblog. So, I synched my iPod and set off for the drive to work, eagerly awaiting the mention of this humble blog. What would he say about me? Did he […]

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Private Rocket Ship Lands After Space Flight

September 29, 2004 | News | By: Mark VandeWettering

Woohoo! The first half of the X-Prize challenge was achieved today in Mojave, after a wild corkscrew ascent. Congratulations to all! Yahoo! News – Private Rocket Ship Lands After Space Flight

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