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May
24

Understanding Fair Use (repost)

Reprinted with permission of Copyrightlaws.com by Lesley Ellen Harris Fair use is one of the most misunderstood principles in the U.S. Copyright Act. It causes frustration, uncertainty and controversy. However, the more you know about fair use, the more useful it may be useful to you. Did you know … Fair use is only recently part of the […]

May
24

East and West: Othering Ourselves

by David D. Esselstrom In 1961, my eldest brother, Keith, was discharged from the Army’s 101st Airborne division. From his last duty station in Okinawa, he returned to La Crescenta, California, with a third-degree black belt in Karate, a Samurai sword with three-foot blade, and the conviction that Gautama Buddha, not Jesus Christ, had had […]

May
24

Advocating for Empathy

by Joseph Coulson, Ph.D. A great many ills have beset the world and our country, our less-than-whole United States of America, and we find not least among our problems an alarming lack of empathy, as if somehow our abilities to reason and empathize were the casualty of an executive order. The current decline of empathy, […]


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