Monthly Archives: June 2006

CreativeCommons Add-in for Microsoft Office

Good news from CreativeCommons! Here’s the text from the pressrelease: Microsoft and Creative Commons have teamed up to release the Creative Commons Add-in for Microsoft Office, a copyright licensing tool that enables the easy addition of Creative Commons licenses to … Continue reading

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Who is who in the ICANN world

I am writing a piece on who is who in the ICANN world. So, I’d like to ask people to send me e-mails with information, which I will put together and will publish. My idea is to write down the … Continue reading

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Goran Bregovic to perform in New York and other cities in North America

That’s a fantastic news! Goran Bregovic will play in Canada and the US this summer! Here’s what I got from his producer: July 9 – Montreal Jazz Festival, Montreal July 10 and 11 – The Millennium Park, Chicago July 13 … Continue reading

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Why Dell, Intel, and Microsoft lose ground and speed?

There’s an interesting article at the yesterday’s Financial Times. The headline is Computer pack top dogs lose their bite, and the major paragraph is this one: “The reality is more subtle. The PC is far from dead – annual sales … Continue reading

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The file-sharing case in Sweden and similar one in Bulgaria

A few days ago the Swedish police confiscated the biggest file-sharing server in Sweden (and may be in the world) – “The Pirate Bay”. I spotted sevreal articles on that topic, the most interesting ones are at the IHT and … Continue reading

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Supporting the Internet Governance Project

You may have read my entry about the ISOC-Bulgaria’s Internet Governance project. I decided today to try to do some fundraising for it. There’s a button in the top right corner of this site, which says, “Donate” with the signs … Continue reading

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USA wants logs of web visitors

As the New York times writes, the Justice Department is asking Internet companies to keep records on the Web-surfing activities of their customers to aid law enforcement, and may propose legislation to force them to do so. You can read … Continue reading

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