CC License For No Political Use?

Its interesting… Rob of Blue Sunbelt is using one of my photos to represent Georgia. It is one of my favorite photos of Grassy Pond near the Georgia-Florida border. My first thought was actually, “There is non-commercial use for Creative Commons. Why not a non-political use?” Not that it would have helped. This particular photo… Continue reading CC License For No Political Use?

links for 2007-10-30

Still Not A Blog » How to make a Ninja mask out of a t-shirt (tags: DIY holidays) Mayor to Ease Permit Rules for Capturing City’s Image – New York Times (tags: photography law) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_y36fG2Oba0 “Rooters” (tags: humor)

RE 2007: USG Digital Content Repositories: Resources to Share

Digital Library of Georgia 60 different libraries and content providers digitizing content, available in various browsing and search options really impressive historical record widely dispersed Civil Rights Digital Library 65 institutions web access to 25 hours of news photage. Alternative Media Access Center Some publishers 9 times out of 10 provide an electronic copy. In… Continue reading RE 2007: USG Digital Content Repositories: Resources to Share

Misleading CNN Information

Yesterday, CNN’s Erica Hill was following a story about 2 pit bulls who got loose and killed a woman in while she slept. My first complaint is citing statistics without saying from where they originated. Only because the of rebuttal guest pointing out the study was based on media reporting incidents rather than police reporting… Continue reading Misleading CNN Information

Bosses Do Not Always Make Best Online Pals

NPR : Bosses Do Not Always Make Best Online Pals: The era of social networking Web sites makes it a lot easier to cross the line into friendship with superiors. Lucy Kellaway, a Financial Times columnist, describes the problems with befriending the boss in the real world and online. Kellaway spoke with Renee Montagne. Really…… Continue reading Bosses Do Not Always Make Best Online Pals

links for 2007-07-18

. Innovation at Risk (tags: books economics copyright patents law intellectualproperty) A Patent Is Worth Having, Right? Well, Maybe Not – New York Times (tags: copyright economics law patents intellectual_property) Contents (tags: oracle oracle.features database) Vista Ate My Homework (tags: blackboard resources webctvista.support webctvista.howto WebCT_Vista Blackboard_Vista) Show and Tell: Tips for a Successful Implementatio n… Continue reading links for 2007-07-18

Godwin’s Law

Godwin’s Law: As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches one. Wowsers…

Reactions

The Athens NEWS: Athens’ Only Locally Owned Newspaper: Ohio University would be safer with concealed weapons on campus if those gaining such a permit had to be subjected to a strict screening process that included an annual mental-health checkup; criminal background check; and training in said firearms use, marksmanship and safety, including an inspection of… Continue reading Reactions

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» Microsoft confirms Vista Speech Recognition remote execution flaw | George Ou | ZDNet.com I heard back from the folks at the MSRC, and they let me know that Microsoft is investigating public reports of a possible vulnerability in Windows Vista’s speech recognition feature. Microsoft’s initial investigation reveals that this vulnerability could allow an attacker… Continue reading HAL 10