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Cinderella’s Booster Seat Campaign

Most American parents, and kids for that matter, have accepted the vital importance of auto child safety seats for babies and young children: it’s the law of the land and you can’t even take a newborn home from the hospital without producing an approved baby pod. But when kids outgrow …

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China – Another Internet Clampdown

The Chinese government, feeling threatened by the flow and exchange of information among its 100 million Internet users, announced yesterday the imposition of new regulations intended to limit access to news and commentary not pre-approved by the government’s Propaganda Department. The new rules will allow only the posting of “healthy …

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Book Review: Faster by James Gleick

Faster, faster, faster! That sometimes seems to be the mantra of friends, colleagues and advertisers. Get a faster computer. Get a faster car. And it’s also, appropriately, the title of a book by James Gleick, an author with the rare gift of making the complicated not only interesting and easy …

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FMC ’05 Policy Summit Podcasts

In the better-late-than-never category, so thunderstruck was I by my experience at the Future of Music Coalition’s ’05 Policy Summit last week in Washington, DC that I am just now getting caught up. In particular I had the great good fortune of moderating the session on “How to Podcast and …

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Good News-Bad News For TiVo

You have to feel for TiVo, who, after pioneering the concept and inventing the DVR and fighting a rear-guard action against video content providers, who claimed the very act of digitally recording TV and movie content for the purpose of time-shifted and advertisement-cleansed viewing was worse than a Mann Act …

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