Google Asks Court Not To Enjoin ReDigi
If first sale does not apply than Capitol Records must have sold their copyright. If they sold the copyright, then we can ignore this whole battle because they have no right to sue. Now, the owners can distribute the work as copies instead because they are the copyright holder. I like the direction Google is taking this.
Google Asks Court Not To Enjoin ReDigi
So, it appears that Google is claiming that Capital Records either sold a copy of the music or they actually sold their copyright to the music. Is that how I am supposed to read this?
Why Tokai No. 2 Nuclear Power Plant Survived March
Researchers: Your walls are too low.
Japan Atomic Power: Oh, okay, we'll fix the wall.
Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO): Hmm, whatever.
Then the tsunami came. Japan Atomic Power's wall was good enough. TEPCO's wall still was not good enough.
Ask Slashdot: Overcoming Convention Hall Wi-Fi Interference?
802.11a will get around the interference from other 802.11b/g devices as well as any microwave ovens that might be there, but the real problem might be all of the water interference in the room. Trade shows are full of people, who are full of water, who block your signal.
WiFi 802.22 Can Cover 12,000 Square Miles
Microwaves operate at around 2.45GHz. This causes problems for 802.11b/g which operate at 2.4GHz, but not for 802.11a which operates at 5GHz. I imagine 802.22 will operate at a much lower frequency and will not conflict with microwave ovens.
CS Profs Debate Role of Math In CS Education
Yes, but I believe the argument was basically about the math courses that really have little importance to Computer Science. Calculus is rarely used in computer science. When professors are asked why it is still in the program, a lot of them will respond with something about "maturity" or something else like that. If you need a lot of math for computer science, that is fine, but shouldn't it be the math that is more common to computer scientists?
Japanese Supreme Court Rules TV Forwarding Illegal
This ruling is ridiculous. Once a signal is openly broadcast why do the content providers think they can limit how you view the content?
The signal is not really open. If you lived in Japan, you would know that there is a law that allows NHK to collect money if you have a television or other device that can pick up the signal. You are required to pay money, even if you do not watch NHK. The funny part is that the law requires you to pay, but no one can do anything about it (except continue to visit and ask for money) if you do not pay.
I once paid for a Sony LocationFree box and had it hosted at a third party company so that I could watch Japanese television in the USA. What always confused me was that there was no good alternative to using Sony LocationFree, I wanted to have an Internet channel (also ruled illegal), not a box I paid for hosted in Japan somewhere.
Webvention Demanding $80k For Rollover Images
I think they should sue everyone who is in violation. To help them identify people who are causing them harm by violating their patents, I have compiled this short list:
Universal, Pay Those EFFing Lawyers
Each song is just a copy. The RIAA can collect multiple $180k payments for each song. Seeing as the nature of the letter was custom written, it makes sense that the cost would actually be an order of magnitude higher in value. I can see the letter as being worth millions since they cannot send the same letter for different cases.
Hawaii Planning State-Wide Electric Car Network
No, they are saying "I love you" to the car network.
If it "predates the Swastika by hundreds if not thousands of years", then why does your article claim that the manji is "derived from the Hindu religious swastika". Maybe you should have claimed instead that the manji predates the Nazi movement by hundreds if not thousands of years.