Well, my blog is evolving, and I added some "Fair Useful" links on the left. Some of these might come in handy if you have to do a copyright-related research paper or if you want to become a total "fair use" expert!
I mentioned in my previous post about the keynote speaker I heard last year and couldn't remember his name right away. Well, before I looked up his name, I looked up Melissa D.'s website, and she had a link to Google's website that has rationale for why Google's scanning of books is considered fair use. Low and behold, a name jumped out at me...Fred von Lohmann. Fred von Lohmann is a lawyer and expert on intellectual property. You can read more about him if you wish under my links list. Anyways, he was the keynote speaker ("U.S. Copyright Law: A Broken System Needing Repair?")at the 7th Annual Symposium on Intellectual Property which is where I first saw the YouTube video posted in my first post below. I also have Melissa's blog link here because our topics are closely related and von Lohmann's statement is under Google Book Search News and Views link.
Well, I have ran out of time for blogging tonight. I hope to get back here soon!