I jokingly call Hugh Lilly, Hugh Linky, because of his obsessive fascination with and curation of the web. He tirelessly posts links to required reading.
Every now and then, he finds something truly awesome, like this column by Peter Griffin, in The Listener, where he criticizes New Zealand’s ridiculous copyright law.
It is not only accurate in its criticism, but perfectly articulates the frustration in this country, and why kiwis illegally download in the first place.
How very true. And this year, there have been two times where I have had to Torrent something legally. Well, it’s looking likely that we will set up VPN and Torrenting on our box in the US for the rare occasions when I need this material.