Admittedly, it's harder in some situations (like in the article where the person is 67) than in others.
Euthanize the depressive!!!
I'm pretty sure he's restricting his proposition to the terminally (or likely terminally) ill.
But people shouldn't have to crack public domain works to exercise their rights
Having the right to do something is not the same as having the right to be able to do it. I have the right to pilot a flying Tyrannosaurus while wearing a cowboy hat in my backyard, but that doesn't mean that manufacturers of such dinosaur  have to provide me with one.
 Please tell me they exist
I'd look into appealing on the basis that Nesson did not provide a proper defense
I don't think a malpractice suit against Nesson is likely to succeed, but it would be AWESOME; thus, I fully support this suggestion!
Um, not if there is a lip-reader in the same room, like a hearing-impaired person.
You could just cover your mouth with your hand so that only the phone can see it?
So Canonical are trying something different, for better or worse.
Yeah, the only problem is that the controls and icons still look like they were drawn by programmers in GIMP.
Fair use of a copyrighted work “for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright.
17 U.S.C. 107
This is the law. This is not how the Postal Service used his copyrighted work. As an aside, this is also not what Tenenbaum et al. did when they downloaded music.
We shouldn't complain when judges use restraint and don't bastardize statutes.
"Search" isn't a product
Google makes lots of money selling sponsored links on search results.
Yahoo CEO Bartz in a statement. "Yahoo gets to do what we do best: combine our science and technology with compelling content to build personally relevant online experiences for our users and customers."
"Science"? I think Yahoo! took the "Google Labs" thing a little too literally
If A = B and B = C, then A = C, except where void or prohibited by law. -- Roy Santoro