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Re: [ARSCLIST] Podcasting--explained a bit...
In a message dated 8/24/2006 6:33:03 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
Sub-minimum methods being described by Steven are just inflicting
more junk-sound on the world. Blech!
-- Tom Fine
The world is a big place. Is there really such a need to eliminate all junk?
As with the preservers of obscure species, I feel a need to preserve the some
of the unique but obscure examples of the cultural heritage.
While money is not such a problem, I am old enough so that there is no way I
could find the time to research the availability, clear the rights, and apply
professional techniques to the thousands of hours of film, disc, wire, tape,
cassette and cartridge material I've accumulated. The idea of dumping it onto
the Internet, with minimal processing, for one of millions of possible browsers
to find, is very attractive. They can then contact me if they want to do
something with the original.
While I have some problems with the technology, it is the rights issue that
is most inhibiting to me. There needs to be some way this material can be made
accessible to the Internet world, as if it were a museum or library display,
without the unlimited liability the present law provides.