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  • Torrent trackers get RAMmed

    Is it wrong for websites to help people find things online that shouldn't be there? And if it is, should the sites keep track of their users and what they do? These are the main questions raised in a string of lawsuits brought by the six major...
  • Some folks call it a Slingbox

    Wayne Carmona is line producer for HBO's popular Entourage, a series that's as much about the Los Angeles celebrity demimonde as it is about celebrity itself. It has only a few fixed sets, preferring to shoot scenes at restaurants, on the road and in...
  • Ed Asner on SAG's choice

    Ed Asner on SAG's choice
    "If you stand together, you cannot lose. Actors cannot be beaten except by actors. The guild is for you, and you must be for the guild. Stand together." Eddie Cantor, president, Screen Actors Guild, at the guild's first annual membership meeting, El...
  • SAG and the studios

    SAG and the studios
    It came as no surprise that a federal mediator failed to end the stalemate between Hollywood studios and the industry's largest actors union, the Screen Actors Guild. The predictability of the outcome, though, doesn't make it less disappointing. The...
  • A green industrial revolution?

    Gardner and Clark finish their Dust-Up today with a debate on the potential of resource scarcity to spark government programs and technological innovation. Previously, they discussed the increasing resource demands of developing nations, government...
  • Will SAG get it on the next take?

    Will SAG get it on the next take?
    After nearly 10 months without a contract, you might think that the Screen Actors Guild's board would be relieved to finally have a tentative deal with the major Hollywood studios. Instead, as has been SAG's custom of late, the negotiating team's proposal...
  • They have the Internet on computers now?

    Apple's iTunes Store hits another milestone next month: A critically acclaimed indie filmmaker has chosen the store as the first stop for his latest feature, rather than releasing it to theaters. The move by Ed Burns is a , when companies such as...
  • File sharing or stealing?

    A few days ago I came across an Op-Ed submission that called for file sharing to be decriminalized. The editors here decided not to run it, but it intrigued me for a couple of reasons. First, the author, Karl Sigfrid, is a member of the Swedish Parliament...
  • CD or not CD?

    The online music service eMusic is probably best known for selling songs in the MP3 format, with no electronic locks. That's been verboten among the major record labels (at least until EMI's recent initiative), so the service has never offered music...
  • Welcome to movie phones

    Earlier this year, cellphone giant Nokia and Sony Pictures announced that South Africans who bought new Nokia smartphones would receive a memory card loaded with a copy of "The Da Vinci Code"—the movie, that is, not the book. The memory card had less...
  • Letters to the editor

    By George, he gets it Re “Get out of Iraq, now,” Opinion, April 20 I was heartened to read former Sen. George McGovern's article. In 1972, I was one of thousands of Democrats knocking on doors to encourage people to vote for McGovern for...