I love books, but find it can be difficult to read more than one at a time. This means that there are many books that I make a mental note to read; a kind of book interest queue. I work the queue when I next get a chance. One challenge is that my mental book queue often exceeds my capacity for good recall. There are also many books that I have read that have made some positive contribution to my life. These special books drive me to share the experience with others.
"This Tuesday, October 16th, Free Culture @ NYU will be hosting a screening of Good Copy Bad Copy, a fantastic documentary about copyright and culture, at the NYU Courant Institute, followed by a a question and answer session with the filmâ€™s award-winning Danish co-director, Henrik Moltke, and Fritz Attaway, the MPAAâ€™s Executive VP and Special Policy Advisor." -- Read more
And I would add that if you didn't watch this movie yet, even if you aren't near or in New York, you're invited to watch it on http://www.goodcopybadcopy.net/