In Sync

Greg London email at greglondon.com
Thu May 27 10:25:12 EDT 2004


Ah, man, you are, like, SO raining on my parade.

;)

Rob Myers said:
> On Wednesday, May 26, 2004, at 11:06PM, Mike Linksvayer
> <ml at creativecommons.org> wrote:
>
>>Glenn Otis Brown wrote:
>>> whoa -- that's a cool idea. very cool. then people can home-compile the
>>> videos without copyright worry. really there's some serious promise
>>> there for a number of applications.
>>
>>Also known as "client side remixing."  Why advanced playlists (like
>>SMIL) that facilitate synchronizing media by reference are
>>exciting/important.
>
> IIRC there are already moves afoot to stop this by disallowing simultaneous
> playing of two different licensed audio streams (does anyone have a URL or did
> I dream it? :-) ). This can be enforced contractually in DRM-lockin software
> (eg iTunes) even if it remained legally unenforcable.
>
> Remember, Kids - DRM is there to protect *your* rights.
>
> - Rob.
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