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Entries from March 29th, 2002

Back into the cave

March 29th, 2002 · Comments Off on Back into the cave · Uncategorized

We went to Six Flags Great Adventure today. It was great fun, even though a good number of the rides weren’t open yet. I came home with a sunburn. That’s right. A sun burn. In March. I’d like to blame it on a freak hole in the ozone layer, but I think maybe it has […]

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Score another one for the Dutch

March 28th, 2002 · Comments Off on Score another one for the Dutch · Uncategorized

After an initial stumble, once again the Dutch get it right. A judge there realized that even though Kazaa, the peer to peer file sharing network, can be used for copyright infringement, it both has non-infringing valid uses and the company making it can’t be held accountable for how users use it. They way things […]

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The feathers fly

March 27th, 2002 · Comments Off on The feathers fly · Uncategorized

My ex-wife is going away on a trip to Paris, lucky lady. Guess who’s left to look after the kid? Yep. “Could you?” she asks. “It would be a big help.” Of course, of course, I say. It’ll be good to see the little monster. “Just remember to bring the cage,” I tell her. So […]

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Presentation with Dignity

March 26th, 2002 · Comments Off on Presentation with Dignity · Uncategorized

I had a good time doing my presentation on “Submission with Dignity,” thank you very much. No disasters, my fly was up, I didn’t eject too much spit into the crowd, and people snored only in the most polite of ways. Attendance was much better than I thought it would be, especially since the weather […]

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Circle of panic

March 25th, 2002 · Comments Off on Circle of panic · Uncategorized

No time to write, it’s the last minute cram for my “Submission with Dignity” presentation for . Did I mention it was tomorrow? Did I mention I’m an excellent and shameless procrastinator? Back at work in the World Financial Center today. Odd that almost six months ago, the day before my prior T.E.S. presentation was […]

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