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NEW: Album-a-day #14 (30 Jun 2003 at 10:48)
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I made a new album-a-day this weekend. It's called As a Deaf Ear and it's special because I recorded the whole thing without listening to what I was playing, or even listening to the songs after I made them.

Cool experiment or disaster?
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Matrix Tract (25 Jun 2003 at 14:22)
And here we have The Matrix as Christian proselytization. Fascinating. This is almost as good as those people who co-opt "terrorism" to serve their political (etc.) goals.

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Head is shaved. (21 Jun 2003 at 17:21)
Head is shaved.
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Head is shaved.
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FAMICOMPO vote start! (16 Jun 2003 at 22:55)
The Nintendo Music Contest "famicompo" has now entered the voting stage. Go there and vote; some of the entries are really good. I entered two original songs, but I won't say which ones they are!

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UPD: Tom's album-a-day collection (05 Jun 2003 at 15:19)
Due to popular demand I put track numbers inside the lovable ID3v1.1 tags for my album-a-day albums (index page forthcoming). Those of you who use iTunes will appreciate this!

I did it with a short program and library I wrote. Who says SML can't be used as a scripting language?

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Eldred Petition (04 Jun 2003 at 09:16)
After losing the eldred v ashcroft case, the US courts affirmed that congress has the right to extend the length of copyrights arbitrarily (even though the constitution requires a "limited time," this limited time can be continually extended...). That's bad for the public domain. But Lessig and friends have proposed a new law that would require copyright holders to renew their copyrights (with a small fee) after 50 years, or else their work would pass into the public domain. They think, as do I, that this would significantly enhance the availability of public domain works. I don't really believe in petitions, but please sign this one anyway if you agree, too.

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