It’s been one of those crazy weeks with lots going on. So rather than blog all the things that I had planned to blog about this week (and last week while in Seattle for ALA!), here’s the list of open tabs on my browser. Ahhhhh, I feel better now 🙂
- Sloan Foundation funds “open” alternative to Google Book Search [Shoutout to Rick Prelinger!]
- Copyright, DRM Technologies, and Consumer Protection March 9 & 10, 2007 ~ University of California at Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law
- The Daily We: Is the Internet really a blessing for democracy?. article by Cass R. Sunstein
- Why reference and authority matter [Thanks jessamyn!]
- GODORT’s new wiki!. Try it, you’ll like it!!
- How to disable Google personalized search. For you privacy nuts…er…concerned folks out there.
- Jake Appelbaum lecture on anonymous communication. And another for the privacy-concerned.
- WIPO anti-podcasting treaty refuses to die
- BoingBoingBoing podcast 9: Matt Haughey of MeFi
- Sen. “Series of Tubes” Stevens introduces DOPA II: the sequel
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