I’m thinking about EME and net noot and the new EU copyright directive again. And, as I always do when I get off on this topic, I’m thinking about technical solutions in addition to legal ones. Specifically, I’m thinking about technical means of fighting back against DRM, user tracking, and censorship as well as the kind of networked world I want to live in.
I uploaded Judex, the 1916 silent serial, to the internet archive. You can watch it here, or click through to learn more.
I used to carry a mechanical keyboard and a cheap android tablet in my bag. I used these things to write when I had a spare moment, as a way to seperate my “personal” computing from my “business” computing. For a few months, I did the same with an old DOS laptop. A sizable portion of the posts on this blog were keyed in on one of those two machines.
Over at everyone’s favorite independent game site, itch.io, Randy Lubin and Copia are celebrating Public Domain Day with a public domain remix game jam, and that sounds like the best idea I’ve heard this year.