George Saunders reviews the reasons why publicly identifying contact information on the web is NOT against the law, even if it’s for reasons having to do with intimidation or protest. In the meantime, a judge overturns the Cleanfix “fair use” case, which allowed Christian moralists to sell DVD players which made it easier to censor out the dirty bits. (see my old post about it). Matt Yglesias weighs in.
Random thought. Lately I’ve been working more on my laptop, and I’ve discovered one pleasure. Working on techie stuff while in front of the tv on the lazy boy chair. It’s comfortable.