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KyleKCourtney New of consolidated text on IP provides details of pandering to drug companies and publishers keionline.org/node/2108

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Copyright legislation I can support: congress.gov/bill/113th-con… the “Copyright and Marriage Equality Act”

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@Hadro @LibraryJournal Even google takes the weekend off when confronted with 100+ page copyright decisions at 3pm Friday.

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@CharlotteRock @leighalexander (Thinks to self: How can I get Michele and Ada to incorporate Charlotte’s valuable insights?)

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it’s “the little red hen” around here: “Who will help me make the chili?”

<crickets>

“Who will help me eat the chili?”

“À table!”

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Beautiful day in where fall is really kicking in. Leaves, acorns, chickens, kid bday party, copyright chattery. Perfection!

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@TrishHepworth @bc_butler @CopyrightLibn yes. (although “concurrence” thought that was wrong).

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@bc_butler @CopyrightLibn They don’t want to! They thought it was, what, a “sham” or something at oral? Lifetime employment for us I guess.

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@bc_butler but not even internally coherent, I thought. eg, testimony fm copyshop guy that he licensed was relevant, but others’ ops not?

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@bc_butler re-read, that is. levels and levels of nuttiness. What benefit WOULD a “nonprofit educational use” gain under this view?

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@bc_butler i read the “concurrence” today and it was truly nutty.

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new trial for marissa alexander. blackmediascoop.com/court-overturn… h/t liz henry

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@leighalexander @CharlotteRock Joanna Russ “How to Suppress Women’s Writing” … all the same arguments, translated in media

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With these novella-length opinions, I almost think I should be tracking them in !

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@bc_butler that whole analysis was sort of hilarious … and, and, and … okay she was right.

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@bc_butler I’ve never known what that means. But I do think it’s funny that it was described as a “concurrence”. (-:

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Wow, a perfect night at the Royal Frog Ballet surrealist cabaret & pumpkin walk. theroyalfrogballet.com (& GSU was actually ok!)

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“Psychologists say the next few weeks are crucial in containing public anxiety.” Sound like Deanna Troi @ the NYT. pic.twitter.com/ZycYXLSgPS

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Enjoyed this opinion from Adam Liptak on buffer zone. nytimes.com/2014/10/14/us/…

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@martin_eve i thought i had followed you! dammit. sorry.

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@martin_eve critical point: Academics can research w/out concerns about popularity — but publishers’ incentives obviate that advantage.

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martin_eve If you’re at UMASS this afternoon, come here me speak on @openlibhums! pic.twitter.com/ejTFY94znN

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