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the david lawrence show: the library

Pop culture, tech, movies, music, TV, humor, morals, ethics and politics, digitally remastered and served up nightly, 7pm - 10pm PT. To talk to David on the air, call 888-488-3284: the library, where you can read articles that David Lawrence has written f

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A Sideways Glance at Podcasting

Mon, 11 Apr 2005 13:14:51 -0800

Moira Gunn, the host of TechNation on PBS, asked me today what I might talk about on her show if she booked me as a guest to discuss the podcasting revolution as I see it. Responding to that allowed me to jot down some of the things I've been thinking about, and some of them aren't too...revolutionary....

Drinking the BigChampagne-Flavored KoolAid

Wed, 30 Jul 2003 09:23:03 -0800

Online Tonight editorial column, as aired 7/30/2003 I have heard the angels sing, I have seen the light, and I am a changed man. I've changed my mind about criticizing, a site claims to know what the most popular music is on the Internet, and that insinuates the ability to track who's downloading what music, when, and where....

Bursting BigChampagne's Bubble

Mon, 19 May 2003 15:59:03 -0800

Online Tonight editorial column, as aired 5/19/2003, and excerpted with permission in RAIN, 5/20/2003 Update: [11:13AM PT 5/20/03]: Within moments of this article being published, I received a call from a record executive at one of the big 5 labels, who said, "You are dead on target with this article...[Big Champagne] came to us and presented their wares and it didn't go well. We questioned it from a technical're absolutely right about how you're portraying this...excellent work." It is troubling that BigChampagne, the file swapping monitoring site, continues to get almost unvarying positive support from the media, when their claims, activities, data and final product are suspect at least, and at worst deceptive. People really want to know what BigChampagne claims to know. And a lot of it centers around the word "download."...


Mon, 05 May 2003 11:03:16 -0800

Software Bullet Is Sought to Kill Musical Piracy Should an industry be attacked for something they haven't yet done?...


Wed, 12 Mar 2003 12:05:53 -0800

Wired News: Netherlands No Hacker Haven When a country gains a reputation as a haven for crime, how do we find the truth?...


Sat, 01 Mar 2003 15:38:14 -0800

MPAA | Jack Valenti Will anyone listen to eloquent moral reasoning?...

David On TechTV On Ethics

Fri, 07 Feb 2003 19:36:12 -0800

TechTV | Piracy Is Wrong. Period. I had a great time with Leo on The Screen Savers on TechTV...and he even respectfully listened to my spiel....

Janis Ian Groks The Net

Fri, 06 Sep 2002 06:22:42 -0800

NMC/Radio and Records eChart main column as published in the 9/6/02 issue of R&R On Janis Ian's website, her feelings about her career, the music industry, Napster and copyright all bubbled over when she wrote an opinion piece about artists rights. Her original piece and the followup after a storm of controversy are at She never thought it would be as widely read as it was....

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