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Four short links: 6 April 2010

By Nat Torkington
April 6, 2010

Thinking Further About Copyright (Confused of Calcutta) -- several nice illustrations of the "copying is not theft" distinction. Copying per se is not stealing. After Michael Jackson did his moonwalk, children the world over copied him. They were not stealing. Digital forms of music, film, book and newspapers are cheap to copy and to distribute, because of the internet....

Joe Stump on data, APIs, and why location is up for grabs

Joe Stump on data, APIs, and why location is up for grabs
By James Turner
March 23, 2010

I recently had a long conversation with Joe Stump, CTO of SimpleGeo, about location, geodata, and the NoSQL movement. Stump, who was formerly lead architect at Digg, had a lot to say. Here's the highlights, you can find the full interview elsewhere on Radar.

Personalization and the future of Digg

Personalization and the future of Digg
By James Turner
March 11, 2010

I recently talked to Joe Stump, CTO of SimpleGeo, about a number of topics related to location and databases. However, in the course of the interview, we also got around to discussing Digg. Previous to launching SimpleGeo, Joe was the Chief Architect at Digg, and he has a lot of insight into where the site is heading. We'll be running the rest of the interview soon, but what Joe told me about Digg got me thinking.

Disabling the Digg Bar

By Erica Sadun
April 13, 2009

If you've been caught up with the controversy about the new DiggBar and its attempt to subvert traffic, here's a quick and simple way to disable it for your Digg account.

Audience Growth vs Digg

By Chris Josephes
January 5, 2009

Can Digg increase your overall audience growth? It could, but it's usually a long and painful process.


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