Linkblogging and PlagiarismToday

Chris and I finished recording another episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show this morning. Though I am sure it will be another instant hit destined to rise to number one on the Billboard charts, it left me with a bit of a pickle.

When I opened up my link bucket to start hammering out the show notes, I was stunned to find that I had a whopping 34 stories saved and only room for fifteen.

Even after eliminating half of the stories, many of which were very important, I was still stuck with two stories over our usual amount. Still, I couldn’t cut any farther, the show felt “right” at that point.

I’ve used the podcast as a way to cover copyright news that doesn’t interfere with the discussions on the site about protecting content on the Web. Though it is amazingly efficient, stories are still falling through the cracks.

What I am debating is starting up a weekly linkblog on the site, sort of a roundup of copyright news for the past seven days. The question, of course, is whether this would be something you would be interested in.

Leave a comment or drop me a line to let me know what you think. I don’t want this to be a distraction from the core of the site, but these stories are often important and do have direct effects on Webmasters.

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