Scripting News: “Every once in a while a laugh is just what the doctor ordered.”
CNET: Professor warns of threat to free speech. Edward Felten, the Princeton University professor who was muzzled from giving a speech about cracking digital watermarks, warns that if it happened to him, it could happen to you.
CNET: EU considers Net traffic, e-mail archive. “The European Commission backs the police with a proposal that all e-mails and other Internet traffic be logged and kept for up to seven years.”
Wired: Goings and Leavings in the Valley. “Many who have done well during the recently concluded Bay Area’s boom are pulling a Jules Verne. Others who have crashed are doing a fast exit, according to Craigslist.”
CNN: Pennsylvania mayor, charged in 1969 death, appears in court.
Ananova: Man found after being lost in forest for 11 years.
CNET: Birds sing a new tune in wireless era. Birds in Copenhagen are giving new meaning to the phrase “bird calls,” as ornithologists there say that birds are incorporating the sound of a ringing cellular phone into songs.
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