I’d give it a 9. I worked hard at Stein, McEwen & Bui. I also worked on Blackprof.com. Near the end of my summer I went to the American Bar Association Annual Meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii. There our SBA won “SBA of the Year” for the second time in a row. I had practically nothing […]
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While trying to figure out how many total Zip Codes there are in the United States, I found this cool java applet that graphically represents zip codes. Like most things I learn lately, I came by this at a Wikipedia entry.
43 folders aimed me at a beautiful confessional of music theft. The author is a die hard music fan and former staunch enemy of illegal downloading who has resorted, irregularly and rarely, to stealing music for a variety of reasons. The essay is a catalog of all the music the author has stolen and why.
As I feared, guest “celebrity” writers don’t want to be corrected by their readers. The Huffington Post has removed all the comments savaging former RIAA CEO Hilary Rosen for her poorly researched post criticizing the iPod’s “incompatiblity” with other music services. I guess you don’t get to be the head of one of the […]
Arianna Huffington’s new blog, The Huffington Post, went live today. It’s supposedly a liberal response to the Drudge Report, but it actually seems to have kicked it up a couple of notches in interactivity. The Main Page branches off into the News Wire (which is the most Drudge-like section), and the Blog. The Blog […]
I love the logo of Duke Law’s Center for the Study of the Public Domain. I think it captures very well the way past works support new works and how new works can illuminate old works.
Found while reading James Boyle’s article Deconstructing Stupidity where he analyzes several of the (perhaps well-intentioned) myths […]
Woxy.com just played a song by The Good Life called “Lovers need Lawyers”. It’s a pretty upbeat song, but has some cynicism toward marriage:
All that I’m screaming’s being held against me You’re judge and jury So hang me for all I am worth Better or worse…
Hey, Gina, the lead for this […]
“As a quick-thinking senatorial aide switched on the Senate’s public-address system and cued up the infamous “Seven Minutes of Funk” break, Mr. Leahy and Mr. Cheney went head-to-head in what can only be described as a “take no prisoners” freestyle rap battle.”
Read the rest of the New Yorker’s take on this senate chamber dis session.
Is it appropriate to laugh at a defiant dictator who killed thousands of his countrymen? It is if he’s playing Rock, Paper, Scissors.
“This is not ‘cute’ or ‘impressive considering their age’ — it is a genuine virtuoso work.”
The Austin Chronicle tells us how three kids spent their adolescence filming a scene-by-scene remake of Raiders of the Lost Ark. Now showing in (a) select theater.