Episode 18: No First-Sale for Digital Works, Typography for Lawyers, Facebook Non-Privacy, and more.
- Welcome back, Scott (@skuhagen)! He’s learning how 2Ls must minimize work to maximize sanity.
- Josh’s job updates: he had a rough start with his new Droid X. Josh went to Florida and learned how to talk.
- Laura got to file a real brief in a real court for a real client for legal clinic. Woot!
In the News
- 9th Circuit Autodesk case: licensing away our property rights. Should there be a digital first-sale doctrine?
- Stem cells temporarily re-banned?
- US Court of Appeals for DC Circuit stayed the district judge’s injunction.
- Intel is planning on crippling some verions of their chips, and you need to purchase an unlock card to make it faster.
- Facebook change — no immediate option to ignore new friend requests!
- Some additional context on the no-ignore privacy change from Lifehacker.
People Smarter Than Us
- Typography for Lawyers
You’re Doing It Wrong
- Using $.10 CD-Rs to archive national treasures might have been a bad idea.
- Congress to exec. branch agencies: come on guys, what did you say? “Plain Writing Act of 2010” passes both houses, sent to Presdt Obama for signature.
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