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AltSpec: Procrastination Alert

1968 low policeThanks to one of the few female graduates in the early days of the law school, copyright law was blessed with the “fair use” clause.  Here’s to in-class movies and music.

Measles, mumps, and rubella are frightening now, but as a child you would have preferred putting off your immunization visits to being saved from disease.

A ‘72er (not to be confused with a ’68er) has some words of wisdom for ambitious New School and NYU “protesters.”

The adults have found out about college kids’ drug of choice.  Run!

Professors will get even less work done next semester.  The world’s largest collection of pop music since the 1950’s will be available for use by Columbia professors soon.

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  • finals says:

    @finals

  • finals says:

    @finals love addy, it’s how i get through this hell-hole

  • ... says:

    @... “Nobody wanted this material,” he said. “I had 47,000 recordings, which I thought had some value. Somebody had to save this. But people had a hard time accepting commercially released sound recordings as valid cultural artifacts. I mean, it’s like trying to convince somebody tapioca is good. They either like it or they don’t.”

    this guy sounds awesome!

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