Archive for September, 2008

Twitter updates for 2008-09-30

Tuesday, September 30th, 2008
  • FYI FreedomHEC LA has been cancelled this year. The event is going to be in Taipei this year. #
  • @jzb if the .ar version is anything like .jp, you should be able to find an english link at the bottom of the page. #
  • Tell Bush to veto the RIAA/MPAA Bill #
  • @jzb is that google apps for your domains? I’ve been debating switching my mx to them. #

Last Chance: Tell Bush to veto the RIAA/MPAA Enforcement Bil

Monday, September 29th, 2008

Over the weekend, under the deceptive banner of “intellectual property”, the RIAA Enforcement Bill passed with several unacceptable provisions. We have one more chance to stop this bill from becoming law. Bush has yet to sign it. Given the fact that the DoJ publicly objected to it earlier, Bush may veto it. But we can’t count on that – Take action!

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Twitter updates for 2008-09-28

Sunday, September 28th, 2008
  • @Roebot My last trip to Argentina, AA lost 1 of my bags for the entirety of the 2 week trip. I got it back the day I was leaving for the US. #

links for 2008-09-27

Sunday, September 28th, 2008
  • From Don Marti's blog, he is no longer Editor at; hes now writing for Apparently is no more, which is unfortunate as I was enjoying the content since Don took over there.
  • Surprise, surprise; Microsoft is not meeting the documentation requires for their anti-trust settlement with several US states and the federal government. Apparently MSFT won't even have a *schedule* for when the documentation will be ready until January 2009! The settlement requires they be ready by November 2009. if they fail these requirements I hope that some gutsy attorney generals (at either the state or federal level) will rake them over the coals. Between the EU and US anti-trust ruling Microsoft has made it clear they plan to shrug off regulators in every way they can.
  • Please call your senators and let them know you disapprove of your tax dollars being used to enforce copyright. The Department of Justice has better things to do with their time and resources than to litigate these issues on behalf of the content industry.
    (tags: riaa mpaa geekpac)

Twitter updates for 2008-09-27

Saturday, September 27th, 2008
  • How is it that not even 1 senator had the balls to stop the pro-ip act this week? #
  • @Roebot @bjorg welcome back to the land of freedom fries. #
  • @bjorg bah, im told the happy cows come from california… #