Daily Archive for Tuesday, March 17th, 2009

what are the rules of twitter – who is allowed to play

he’s missing a screw
an economist you don’t want running your show
heart buried too far down in cost benefit analysis
we saw him here and lost faith in him

been workin’ too hard

haven’t been bloggin’

morning mail, i should keep you up on it
amazing stuff, really

just a matter of cut paste share

here’s from ray:
[riaa-clinical] Look Out, Honey, ‘Cause I’m Using Technology

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Raymond Bilderbeck
to riaa-clinical

show details Mar 16 (1 day ago)

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I was listening to old Genesis tunes played backwards (a definite improvement), but they still didn’t seem to be worth $150,000 each. So for those of you who don’t yet know what this case is really about, I’ve consolidated our seven songs and upped them for your listening displeasure. They can be found here:

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I think the real lesson to be learned from all of this is clear. Kids, if you’re going to pirate music, make sure you pirate GOOD music.

Hopefully no one disapproves of my [snip] activity. We’ll just say that it’s part of wide-ranging discovery.

R.

[Substantial non-infringing use? I don't think so]

and here’s what i just mailed off through pacer with isaac and my clinical students a stop along the way

please file on pacer as a notice
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Charles Nesson
to Isaac, riaa-clinical

show details 6:58 AM (7 minutes ago)

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Dear Judge Gertner

I made a mistake by not withdrawing my motion to compel Matt Oppenheim’s deposition immediately after the January 22 date had passed. I acknowledge and apologize for this, both to you and to my opponents. I wasted the Court’s time. I take seriously the Court’s warning about imposing sanctions. I thank you for not imposing them. I will make amends.

Yours sincerely,

Charles Nesson
For Internet & Society
Counsel for Joel Tenenbaum

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