Does anybody know about any archive of the Tagesschau Video Podcast (German TV news)? I'm collecting the videos, and I missed the shows from November 8th and November 13th, and they only provide 7 days of "backlog", after a week they seem to remove the videos (which sucks!)...
Thanks in advance!
A very cool example of the so-called remix culture "happened to me" recently — one of the photos I posted on flickr was used as album art for a music CD, namely J. D. Warrick's "Going, a. The Leaving".
Btw., if you want to learn more about remix culture, Creative Commons etc. I can really recommend Larry Lessig's Wizards of OS 4 Keynote titled "The Read-Write Society" (OGG video: 144 MB, MP4 video: 224 MB).
If there are electronic voting machines where you live, and you've ever considered using one of those... well, you should probably reconsider.
I'd recommend everyone to not use voting machines at all, but rather perform traditional pen-and-paper voting, if you value your vote... Also, make sure to inform relatives and friends about the risks of voting machines, and complain to your local responsible authorities, and ask them to remove these unreliable, insecure machines.
Update 2006-09-18: Just in case you thought that maybe you can trust the Diebold machines after all - their locks can be opened with a standard hotel minibar key.
(via The Lunatic Fringe)
It's available for Mac, Windows, and Linux; if you're on Debian unstable the installation is as simple as
apt-get install democracyplayer (I uploaded the new packages yesterday, they should have reached all mirrors by now).
If you want to know what this is all about, but you're reluctant to install yet another program, check out this screencast (MOV, 37MB) which shows the basic functionality and user interface and discusses some of the new features... I think you'll like it.
You can use it for all kinds of video blogs and podcasts, it'll download and play almost anything with an RSS feed.
SELINUX=enforcing" to "
/etc/selinux/config(at least for now), otherwise my system won't boot up anymore because of SELinux denied permissions (I think). I'm pretty sure this is either a bug or me doing something wrong, but I haven't figured out yet what that is.