“The player development is the main thing I like (about Michigan),” Williams said. “You can see that they develop their players. They get them in the gym and they work them hard. And their hard work pays off.”
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|48 weeks 39 min ago||Sheeeeeiit. That's all you||
Sheeeeeiit. That's all you had to say.
|1 year 17 weeks ago||"Turnover-forcing." You keep||
"Turnover-forcing." You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means
|1 year 18 weeks ago||I'd say these first five||
I'd say these first five minutes took the chances from 2-10%.
|1 year 47 weeks ago||8 year olds, Dude.||
8 year olds, Dude.
|2 years 6 days ago||Nicely done, sir.||
Nicely done, sir.
|2 years 17 weeks ago||http://www.hulu.com/watch/353|
|2 years 20 weeks ago||Illusions, dad. You don't||
Illusions, dad. You don't have time for my illusions.
|2 years 20 weeks ago||Everything's fine||
Advanced Metrics are useful, but not perfect. Satire is funny, even when the position it's arguing for isn't as strong as the position it's arguing against. Everything's fine.
|2 years 22 weeks ago||More NW perspective from||
More NW perspective from Wilbon:
|2 years 23 weeks ago||(No subject)||
|2 years 25 weeks ago||There were horses, and a man||
There were horses, and a man on fire, and I killed a guy with a trident.
|2 years 25 weeks ago||Yea, I stabbed a man in the||
Yea, I stabbed a man in the heart.
|2 years 25 weeks ago||Auburn message board||
Looks pretty fishy to me. The sources are flimsy, but I'm guessing this is where he got 12 EST from.
|2 years 27 weeks ago||Kinsella puts forth an||
Kinsella puts forth an interesting argument. It seems to me, though, that a system for protection of IP based solely on contract would be a less efficient (more easily circumvented) way of accomplishing the same thing. If you're worried about semantics, I'm fine with not calling it intellectual property- it's not property and it's not scarce. (Jefferson and tapers and so on).
The idea is that we, as a society, want these things to exist. Without copyright, patent, trademark, etc..., authors, artists, and technologists have little incentive to create. I think we can agree that the current system fails in matching the required amount of incentive with the actual costs an author or technologist incurs in creating, but we do want art and music and technological progress, and we do need to incentivize their production.
Posner and Landes: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/IPCoop/89land1.html
"Where widespread distribution is necessary to generate an adequate return to the author or where the work is resold or publicly performed, contractual prohibitions may not prevent widespread copying. Thus, the greater the potential market for a work, the greater the need for copyright protection."
Bill Patry on the matching problem: http://volokh.com/author/bill-patry/
|2 years 27 weeks ago||I know I'm not reading the chi of the board very well, but...||
This is not true. SOPA and PIPA require a threshold showing that the targeted site is dedicated to infringement. They do not enact a new notice and takedown system. A trivial instance of infringement (or several) will not meet that burden. These provisions should be tightened, as reddit argues, but even in their current state they would not allow for a slope as slippery as the one you (or they) describe.
I don't think SOPA/PIPA should be passed in their current form, mostly because all they do is provide new remedies- they do nothing to alter the current (problematic) system of liability.
You don't need to mischaracterize the bills, as so many have, to convince people that we can do better.
The following links are from a well-regarded pro-copyright blog written by a recent law school grad. I don't completely agree with his take, but he's done a reasonably faithful job of breaking down the bills. The truth probably lies somewhere in between the popular account and what he's arguing for here. If you're already convinced about SOPA (and about this post), I don't want you to get any more angry and yell "Internet Death" at me. You've got this one figured out, so go ahead and skip the links.
If you've got any interest in reading a discussion of the bills not provided by reddit, google, or wikipedia, well then you might want to give it a shot. Above all, please read the bills.
|2 years 27 weeks ago||Is rivalrous-ness the core of property rights?|
|2 years 27 weeks ago||http://www.raizecollective.co|
|2 years 27 weeks ago||"Horrieous use of TOs"||
"Horrieous use of TOs"
|2 years 28 weeks ago||Novak's Dunk: Beast Mode||
|2 years 28 weeks ago||Well, we didn't make it easy||
Well, we didn't make it easy on ourselves but we kept fighting.
|2 years 28 weeks ago||YOU HAVE TO BE JOKING ME||
YOU HAVE TO BE JOKING ME
|2 years 28 weeks ago||Embed|
|2 years 28 weeks ago||Your Timeouts can't save you||
Your Timeouts can't save you from Novak
|2 years 28 weeks ago||Novak!||
|2 years 28 weeks ago||Please don't give up a three||
Please don't give up a three out of the timeout.
|2 years 28 weeks ago||THJ really steppin up.||
THJ really steppin up. If we don't start playing hard on defense he's gonna need to go truly HAM for us to pull this one out.
Encouraging news on Horford today. With Smot, Novak, and Morgan in perpetual foul trouble (even at home apparently), and McLimans being McLimans, we could really use Horford down the home stretch.
|2 years 28 weeks ago||MOAR Vogrich, less McLimans.||
MOAR Vogrich, less McLimans.
|2 years 28 weeks ago||He meant both those guys-||
He meant both those guys- Brian is nothing if not rational and knows this roster like the back of his hand. I'm thinkin he probably wants the best odds.
|2 years 28 weeks ago||From UMhoops: Perhaps||
|2 years 29 weeks ago||Nice effort. Need to get||
Nice effort. Need to get Timmy hittin his threes again, this is a rough slump.