I wish I knew more about corporate law (never thought I'd
be saying that!) so that I could better analyze
"snapster". On the surface, it seems brilliant. (read the article,
he explains it much better than I could.) The only possible hangup is
in corporate law. Are there any sort of restriction on where corporate
property must be stored? Probably not, so never mind. I just thought of
another hangup, though -- I believe that fair use allows the owner of the
media to make only 1 backup copy of the media, and Cringely's plan clearly
goes far beyond that. Interesting idea though, a highly-recommended read.
That was unexpected. And I just finished Bobos
in Paradise, too. David
Brooks isn't exactly P.
J. O'Rourke, but he does work for the Weekly Standard, one of the best
known conservative magazines. Wow, there's going to be a real
conservative on the Times op-ed
page (and don't talk to me about Safire,
because I don't want to hear it. Friedman
is a solid moderate, I'll grant you, but I don't think he's a
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