today in bold spammers a comment spammer set up an account on techdirt to try to spam us but misspelled the co
Today in bold spammers. A comment spammer set up an account on Techdirt to try to spam us, but *misspelled* the company he was trying to spam in his username. So now he's asking us to "fix" the misspelling for him...
our official company name is floor64 inc don t ask why and a few years back we somehow got added to some sort
Our official company name is "Floor64, Inc." (don't ask why) and a few years back we somehow got added to some sort of list, so I get *daily* emails about the "flooring" industry, and we get multiple "flooring" catalogs every month. Today, I got an email...
how publishers try to pretend public domain works are still protected under copyright was reading a beatrix po
How publishers try to pretend public domain works are still protected under copyright. Was reading a Beatrix Potter book to my kid over the weekend and noticed this utter bullshit on the publication page. It's public domain work that the publisher is pretending is still protected
if your concern is monopolies that s a problem for antitrust targeted at the monopolist which is exactly what
@NetopiaEU @thDigitalReaderI @riScorpianf your concern is monopolies, that's a problem for antitrust targeted at the monopolist (which is exactly what is already happening in the EU). That has literally *nothing* to do with the CD, which targets EVERYONE ELSE.
definition of bad pr pitching me on an exciting story about some idiot advocating for expanding copyright in a
Definition of bad PR: Pitching me on an "exciting" story about some idiot advocating for "expanding" copyright in a way that I've explained for years would be disastrous, and including in your pitch how "obvious" this solution is for making a better world.
you re correct it s just copyright so why are you demanding that every site in the universe invest in expensiv
@NetopiaEU @riScorpianYou're correct. It's just copyright. So why are you demanding that every site in the universe invest in expensive, useless censorship machines that won't actually help artist make any more money?
so do i say something to the company i didn t ask for a t shirt i wasn t expecting a t shirt i wasn t expectin
So... do I say something to the company? I didn't ask for a t-shirt. I wasn't expecting a t-shirt. I wasn't expecting anything. I just wanted to give them feedback. But now that they told me I was going to get a t-shirt, I was kind of looking forward to it. #dilemma