Archive for May, 2006

How Big is the Biggest Library?

Reading an interesting article in the New York Times today titled "Scan This Book" by Kevin Kelly that had some numbers that I thought I would have some fun playing with… "… From the days of Sumerian clay tablets till now, humans have"published" at least 32 million books, 750 million articles and essays,25 million songs, […]

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Doug Kaye on “Recording Phone Calls and Live Events” Podcast

The inimitable Doug Kaye, CEO of the Conversations Network and a thoroughly enjoyable person to listen to has a podcast on recording phone calls and live events for podcasting. This is a geeky talk, but there is are few people with more on the ground experience in recording for podcasting. He has advice on devices, […]

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Legal Guide for Bloggers from the Electronic Frontier Foundation

Having recently posted about the Legal Guide to Podcasting from Creative Commons, I was delighted to learn that there is a Legal Guide for Bloggers from the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Now I must go off and read it!

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Podcasts That Make You Smarter: Bruce Sterling’s The Internet of Things

Here is another podcast that is fascinating, entertaining, educational and thought-provoking. Bruce Sterling is a write of science fiction and a futurist as well as a non-fiction author. The image above is clickable to his latest work on "space and time objects" or "spimes". The podcast is from 2006 O’Reilly Emerging Technology conference via the […]

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Movies in Legal Education: CALI as Netflix?

Image from the movie "12 Angry Men". I ran across a post today on one of the Educause blogs by Phillip D. Long of MIT about some open source software that lets you create a set of links into a commercial DVD so that you could jump to parts of a movie. The point of […]

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