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Dear Diary: Tell My Secrets to Everyone

 For my project, I've created a mini-blog exploring what publicizing our private lives online via blogs and status updates has done for our schemas about social intimacy and the mainstream. You can find the blog here

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27 Million Views and Counting: Could There Be a Science of Memitics?

The Andy Warhol of Marilyn Monroe. “Don’t Stop Believin’ ” by Journey. Campbell’s Soup. We all know what “LOL” stands for, and we can recite the basic plot of a Grimm’s Fairy Tale or two.

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On the Argument of the Origin

 

 

 

 

Title: On the Argument of the Origin by Ewashburn and Ckosarek

 

Purpose: To evaluate the relative merits of two styles of argumentation in Darwin’s On the Origin of Species and discuss their relevance to a modern audience.

 

Materials: On the Origin of Species, Laptops, Brains

 

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How to Copy "Right" (And How Fair Use Decides We're Not "Wrong")

Part I: Fair Use and Its Scope

 

 

Dilemma

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Why Copyright Law Lets Britney Spears Sell Dolls that Look Like Her (and Why This is OK for Our Economy)

 Why Copyright Law Lets Britney Spears Sell Dolls that Look Like Her

(and Why This is OK for Our Economy)

Where do we go from your last paper?

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Copyright Law & Fair Use: Who's Stealing?

          In 1981, Soft Cell, a British musical duo, released “Tainted Love,” which quickly climbed to number one on the Billboard charts (Billboard). Twenty-five years later, pop signer Rhianna released “S.O.S,” which featured the musical arrangement originally produced by Soft Cell as its background track.

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