Monthly Archives: May 2011

The copyright hammer

It might just be me, but I’ve noticed an increase (from about zero) in articles and reports on the way that copyright restricts people’s access to information and cultural works, with sometimes negative consequences. This morning, I stumbled across a … Continue reading

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Election 2011: What did journalists bring to the table?

Interesting conversation on CBC Radio’s The Sunday Edition on the media’s coverage of the election. What got me thinking was one of the panelists’ contention that the skills reporters bring to the table may not be useful to voters deciding … Continue reading

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