This morning (OK, yesterday morning, whatever) in Copyright class the professor asks, "Does anyone here have experience with programming?" Then he looks straight at me. Looong pause. "Well, not, um, commercially!"
That's what I get for being all gung-ho with the Apple v. Franklin case earlier in the semester. And that day he kept cutting me off, too. Just can't win, I suppose.
I will say this -- based upon my detailed analysis of the case in question (read: quickly reading
two pages before the mangled definitions of computer jargon drove me nuts, and then skipping to the end just
so I'd know how it turned out), I'd have to say that if Dworkin thinks defamation law resembles rococo
curliques, he oughtta try to make heads or tails out of that crap. Let's make it easy, guys: You copy the
code, it's infringment. You don't, it isn't. Okee-dokee?
Boy, talk about a generic blog. What can I say, I'm not a design guy. My brother says he'll design a template for me if I want...
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