Monthly Archives: September 2007

Binding the iPhone

There’s talk of a class action lawsuit against Apple because of the iPhone. Guess what we find in the Apple/AT&T iPhone contract agreement? Continue reading

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IANAGB Continue reading

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Akismet: Presumed Guilty

When Machines take over Continue reading

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Being Nice: To Those Intimidated and Silenced

To all of those who I have ‘intimidated and silenced’…a gift Continue reading

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Arbitration Facts

I can go on and on about arbitration. I’m not only passionate about this topic because I realize how important it is, I’m also interested because it really is a fascinating topic. It’s like a microcosmic view of the American government, including how our courts work, and the balance of power between the legislative, executive, and judicial branches.

However, I realize this is a topic that’s probably of little interest to most of you. Some of you aren’t from the US, in which case this country’s arbitration policies aren’t of interest. For the US folks, I’m not sure if you think mandatory arbitration agreements will not impact you, you’re already sold on the need to eliminate them and have contacted your congressional representatives, or because it’s not been brought up by Scoble or Arrington.

However, if the reason you’re not interested is because you don’t know much about arbitration, leave comments and I’ll do my best to answer, or perhaps address the question to people who can answer the question. Continue reading

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It’s a Wonderful Day in the Neighborhood

From Farrell’s to amoebas to candy giveaways, always something happening in the neighborhood. Continue reading

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It takes a real Amazon to core the Apple. Plus: Music to buy me. Continue reading

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