Seattle Times: Setting online works free. ‘The Creative Commons project [Lessig] and his colleagues unveiled in mid-May seeks to become a clearinghouse of rights, while providing customized licenses for movie makers, musicians and authors seeking, as Creative Commons executive director Molly Shaffer Van Houweling puts it: “Fame, fortune and freedom.”’

Apple: Switch
Starring Mark Frauenfelder of BoingBoing!
Dave Haxton: “This is possibly the best operating system I’ve ever seen. […] It’s for us! It’s for programers. It’s for developers.”
Apple: “Print ads are in this week’s issues of Time and Newsweek, and will appear this month in a number of other major magazines.”
Yes, the ads are by Errol Morris and his Interrotron. (any got the New Yorker article online?)
Now we just need to get TimBL in one of these ads.

posted June 10, 2002 09:18 AM (Technology) #


It’s a fight to the…er…boredom?
pay no attention to the man behind the curtain
everybody’s doing the twist
Switch to a Mac
not affiliated with Joan Baez
in the future, everything will be free
you’re losing whuffie, buddy
a verry merry unbirthday

Aaron Swartz (