The title is a play on what I hereby pronounce to be an utterly unpronounceable word: psuedonymous. Psuedonymity is much on people's minds lately with recent decisions and discussions regarding Google+. We also consider whether and how long ISPs should be required to retain customer data (and whether that has anything at all to do with child safety), how you can procure real (but unauthorized) stormtrooper armor without violating a single Lucasfilm copyright, and more.
Episode 122 Discussion Points. Video archives for this WEEK in LAW are available at TWiT.tv, on YouTube, and ODTV. TWiL is on Twitter and Facebook, if you're so inclined. Please also rate the show in iTunes.
I had a great time last Friday on Tech News Today with Sarah Lane, Tom Merritt, and Iyaz Akhtar driving. Topics included AT&T redefining "unlimited" bandwidth, Apple having more money than the U.S. government, high I.Q. browsers, and more as described here. Tech News Today airs daily, live at 2:30 p.m. Pacific. It's a great way to keep up-to-the-minute on what's going on in the technology world.
Episode 121 Discussion Points. Video archives for this WEEK in LAW are available at TWiT.tv, on YouTube, and ODTV. TWiL is on Twitter and Facebook, if you're so inclined. Please also rate the show in iTunes.
It was wonderful getting to join This WEEK in TECH yesterday with Xeni Jardin, Gina Smith, and of course the inimitable (but ailing; hope you're better now Leo!) Leo Laporte. This was the last episode in the TWiT Cottage — we'll miss you, 8 Keller Street! (Alternate title suggestions I +1'd: When Uterii Fly; Three Girls, One TWiT.)