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Submission + - ASCAP declares war on free culture (zeropaid.com)

ndogg writes: "ASCAP has sent letters to its members saying things like, "Many forces including Creative Commons, Public Knowledge, Electronic Frontier Foundation and technology companies with deep pockets are mobilizing to promote “Copyleft” in order to undermine our “Copyright.”" Drew Wilson, an artist himself, explains how ASCAP completely misses the point about how Copyleft works."
Google

Submission + - Google Voice Apps For Android And Blackberry Here! (techcrunch.com)

Mark Mathson writes: "Two Google Voice apps are being released tomorrow morning, for Blackberry and Android phones. The Android app is the most complete and takes over the native dialer, address book and call log. Users won't be bothered with accidentally dialing numbers through the device phone number. The Blackberry app is less integrated, accessing only the native address book, and uses its own dialer. Users can't simply go into the call log and return missed calls. They need to go back to the address book and select Google Voice to make the call. Still, it solves a big problem. The apps also allow users to access the core features of Google Voice. Listen to/read voicemails and text messages (all voicemails are automatically transcribed as well), access call history, send SMS messages and place international calls at low rates. (via TechCrunch)"
Google

Submission + - Google Voice Offering Invites

kevind23 writes: "I checked my email this evening to find that Google Voice, which has caught the attention of Slashdot several times, is now offering free registrations on an invite-only basis. Unfortunately, unlike Gmail, current users cannot send invitations to their friends (or other interested parties). Google Voice is currently available in the United States, with free domestic calling and SMS, as well as cheap international rates."

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