Archive | November, 2001

According to this thread on

According to this thread on the Free Radio Network LPFM Grapevine, EBay sent an e-mail to a seller that indicates that it is now prohibiting the sale of low-power FM transmitters on its site. Although when I just did a search for “FM transmitter” moments ago it returned several auctions for equipment useful for micropower […]

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Hey, the latest issue of

Hey, the latest issue of Micro-Film, the Champaign-Urbana, IL based journal of personal filmmaking, is out. I’ve got an article in this issue which features an interview with Kevin Keyser, the documentary filmmaker behind FREE RADIO. In addition to my article this issue is chock full of other good stuff that’ll keep you reading: indie […]

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Counterpoint: On the Madison-IMC site

Counterpoint: On the Madison-IMC site Wankstor X. Muzzlebutt provides a far more critical analysis of the Wired article on the CNN-Indymedia story from yesterday. I agree with Wansktor’s overall analysis — I admit I didn’t think too hard about the article before. Mostly, I judged the article against the typical standars of the mainstream media, […]

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Copyright, Fair Use, Free Speech

SiliconValley.com asks “Whatever happened to fair use?” and provides a nice overview of the issues at play between the record industry, which wants to control exactly when and how you listen to their product, and the listener, who just wants to pay $15 and be left alone to listen, rip and burn that CD however […]

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