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- LawGeek: Fed. Circuit Smacks Down Bad DMCA decision re: independent repair techs [dmca law]
–"Today, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the trial court’s order, holding that third parties can lawfully repair and maintain another company’s software under Section 117 of the Copyright Act and, more importantly, that the DMCA cannot be use
- Minor Wisdom: A lawyer’s grocery list [fun]
–‘As reported below, someone thinks that lawyers "as a rule can’t write a coherent shopping list." I beg to differ’
- Integration Nation – The Daily WTF [fear programming stupidity]
–"Believe it or not, it actually works. Well, sort of. So long as it’s not too hot … and you don’t talk to loudly around it … and you click just right …"
- Code Craft – Freedom languages [philosophy programming]
–on "safety languages" vs "freedom languages"
- MARC: msg ‘3.8 beta requests’ [failfast malloc openbsd programming]
–"The new malloc we have just makes code get lucky less often, which lets us get to the source of a bug easier"
- Karl Jonsson’s Weblog � Blog Archive � Creative Commons-uppsats uppladdad [copyrights creativecommons]
–"Uppsatsen behandlar de juridiska frågeställningar som uppkommer vid tillämpning av Creative Commons licenser i Sverige samt vid svensk anpassning av dessa"
- GROKLAW: The Symbol/Cognex-Lemelson Patent Battle [intellectualproperty law]
–on submarine patents and prosecution laches
- warpdrive.se : Citat #20849 [fun poetry]
–<sippan> i h4xxx0rnas land bortom skärmarnas rand
- Judges of the World [fun law]
–"Today judges still wear long robes, and in some cases fancy hats, as a holdover from the era in which such costume was considered mainstream for anyone important"