Talking to William Hammerstein – Part II

This is Part II of my conversation with William Hammerstein, grandson of Oscar Hammerstein II.  We talk about the custodianship of creative works and about […]

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Copyright and the Creative Process

On July 4th, I announced that I’m rebooting a project that began as a short film in the summer of 2011.  goneElvis is a portrait […]

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Scott Turow “The Slow Death of the American Author”

This op-ed that appeared in yesterday’s New York Times is easily one of the best pieces I’ve read on both the cultural and financial dangers […]

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Copyright is Anti-Civil Liberties?

Y’know, I try to have a calm, productive Monday morning and not let anything rustle my jimmies, and then somebody on Twitter posts an article by Rick Falkvinge. […]

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Copyright, copyright everywhere…

There is certainly no shortage of copyright in the news these days, and readers of this blog might wonder about my silence on subjects like […]

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