Monthly Archives: July 2013

What’s in a Name.

First, I must thank fellow author and friend Gale Leach for sharing this on the message board of the West Valley Writer’s Workshop. I learned a long time ago that a manuscript rejection means four things, the agent / editor … Continue reading

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It’s called Price Fixing and It’s Illegal

So Apple ignored the publishers who rolled over and settled with the Department of Justice and so this past Wednesday received a guilty verdict from a federal judge. Digitaltrends.com posted an interesting article on what the fallout for consumers could … Continue reading

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Copyright, Piracy and the Troubled Waters We Tread

All of our laws begin with a noble idea seeking to right a wrong or protect the innocent. Copyright law is no different. No one would ever say that an artist does not deserve to be compensated for his or … Continue reading

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A New Game in Town

My review of the Ouya Game console as it appears in the MCLC TechTalk blog.  http://mclctechtalk.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=810&action=edit&message=6&postpost=v2  

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