kfogel writes: "Good new interview with conductor Lawrence Golan, lead plaintiff protesting the removal of thousands of works from the public domain (oral argument in Golan v. Holder commenced today at the U.S. Supreme Court). Best fact I didn't know: even all the *composers* Golan talks to are in favor of his side winning — because they arrange, and thus depend on the public domain too. Let's hope SCOTUS does the right thing."
"Why can't we ever attempt to solve a problem in this country without having
a 'War' on it?" -- Rich Thomson, talk.politics.misc