Tag Archives: Digital technology

Get Wikipedia Into Print

By | November 4, 2005

I really hope this will happen soon. Jimmy’s been talking about it for a while, but while I can see the technical problems, I think it’s just too important not to press ahead with: Publishing-industry.net reports that Wikipedia May Soon Be Available In Print: Wikipedia, the popular free online encyclopedia written and edited by Internet users, may soon be… Read More »

Mouse Over Beethoven

By | June 17, 2005

The BBC’s experiment with Beethoven was a huge success, with 650,000 downloads of th performances in 10 days or so, according to journalism.co.uk: The Beethoven ExperienceBBC Radio 3’s website has recorded more than 650,000 downloads after a week-long Beethoven special. The Beethoven Experience ran from 6 to 10 June and featured live performances of the composer’s complete works… Read More »

News: Printer Cartridge Clones Get Legal Boost

By | October 31, 2003

 One in the eye for the printer manufacturers: IDG reports that a ruling this week from the U.S. Copyright Office could have broad effects on the market for low-cost, third-party printer cartridges.Lexmark is suing manufacturer Static Control Components (SCC) of Sanford, North Carolina, which makes computer chips for third-party ink cartridges. Lexmark says SCC’s chips contain copyrighted Lexmark… Read More »