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PIXELS 3 columns As For the Writers Guild Strike -- A Yes90
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WRITERS, WITH ONE'S THAT DIDN'T GET A BREAK,
PROBABLY BETTER TOO. THERE ARE ONLY 12000
REGISTERED WRITERS WITH THE GUILD (ONLY 3% ARE
WORKING ON A REGULAR BASIS, GEE WHIZ!! -- Suzy
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"Nothing In This World Is Permanent"
A Hollywood Digital Report. The WebUsers Guild announced their beginings at Hollywood Digital, after a member of the 'Widget' group panel stated that: "if an attorney makes a mistake, he's disbarred, but if a journalist makes one, he's out at third base." MORE STORY
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PART THREE - Hollywood Digital Google's Plans for 2008, the 100th Year - Wireless Telephone
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Think about this . . . even the oldest and simplest wireless cell telephone devices can stand some improvement.
Take the "Radio" and "iPhone" devices for instance. According to the U.S. patent office, before 1908, "Radio" was referenced as Wireless Telephony and Wireless Telegraphy. Marconi called his messages, "etherographs" -- and the NBS voice conversation as:"etherotalk."
That being the case at hand, that makes the 1908 NBS Wireless Telephone Patent the oldest known recordation of WiFi187, and the direct link to the growth of the cellphone, Wireless Telephone habit. But despite the 100 years of tinkering, we have yet to find the perfect Wireless Telephone device. MORE ABOUT NBS AND MARCONI. / MORE ON YouTube - "The Name Game". The 100th year celebration of the Wireless Telephone. CLICK Google's new Local 411 Information service - 800 1-800-GOOG-411
Will the WiFi 187 NBS100 NetWork take over and control over Internet? If so . . . How will it happen? Will it be Google's new affiliate "free" software and its 411 information service start-up, or will it be News Corp. and NBC Universal. GE plans to prove their new Web service will make them the next content king. PART ONE - Hollywood Digital - WUG4. - PART TWO - Hollywood Digital - OpenSource - Widgets / PART THREE - Hollywood Digital Google's Plans for 2008, the 100th Year of the Wireless Telephone
A promise by users of sites like MySpace.com, and Facebook.com to filter copyrighted content is fine, as long as the original copyright holders don't tighten their legal grips on users. Users can now register their creations with the search directory and are verifiable by a 3rd party registry Guild.
During the November Hollywood Digital trade show, the WebUsers Guild announced their beginnings at Hollywood Digital, after the Widget group stated that "if an attorney makes a mistake, "he's disbarred, but if a journalist makes one, he's out at third base." The Web Users Guild was organized for Bloggers, Publishers, and Webcasters for User and search engine content protection. MORE STORY - WUG4.com.
Part 02 / November, 2007 / The phrase "user-generated content for the Internet" is referring to the audio and video clips posted to a third party website by the general public like MySpace.com, YouTube, and Facebook.com. It seems to be OK to use bits and parts of an original Major release, as long as the user advertises the source of the material on his/her own website, such as a homemade video by a singer/songwriter or an aspiring filmmaker.
However the bogeyman talk brought on by the entertainment industry, the category also includes recordings made from TV shows, Hollywood movies and music videos. That's why Viacom, Vivendi and other entertainment conglomerates have launched legal assaults against a number of user-generated content sites.
Last week, five entertainment companies announced a truce with four tech companies that operate such sites, including Microsoft and MySpace. They agreed on a set of "user-generated content principles," including mandatory use of technology to block unauthorized music and videos. The announcement came days after the leading site for user-generated video, YouTube, launched its system to identify videos and filter out the ones that copyright owners wish to block.
The new content filters are a double-edged sword. They are critical to the efforts by tech and entertainment companies to turn the Internet into a profitable content distribution network. But they could give copyright holders too much control over what is and isn't a fair use of their works, while encouraging them to withhold their content from the Web instead of profiting from it.
Hollywood has pressed tech companies to use filters that can identify copyrighted material practically since the day the filters hit the market. In fact, in its lawsuit against YouTube, Viacom is trying to establish that sites are legally obliged to prevent unauthorized uploads.
There are good business reasons for websites to use the new technologies. For starters, major advertisers don't want their pitches running alongside bootlegged videos. But Hollywood would be ill-advised to use the filters to bottle up its works, particularly the advertiser-supported ones.
The Net is notoriously leaky, and blocking content on one set of sites won't stop it from reaching users by other means. A better use of content-identification systems is to track how many times a song or video is viewed or downloaded, then use that information to split the advertising revenue generated by those files between its producers and its distributors.
The Web presents a huge pool of opportunity, and content owners need to jump in and compete instead of waiting for all the pirates to be swept from the waters.
Part 03 / In many major cases ID theft isn't personal
How many split income hits to one's user web sites are being forwarded to another's RevenueSharing account?- How much money can be earned from user generated content using bits and parts of someone else's movie trailer or contextualized content: -- (YouTube, GoogleAd, Checker Board Square, etc.).
"That's our job," says Profiles4, "sharing and catering to BlogPros and video content providers that want to register their product for ID purposes, to get paid for copyright use, if any." Profiles4 offers a new way to independently register, verify, then flow the use of copyrighted content through, Profiles4.com, wug4.com, and Open/Source networking. "We believe in the purity of writing, and profit AdProfit sharing, if such a thing legally exists," said a spokeswoman. "Writing that educates and broadens the mind and enriches the soul. We believe that stories learnt from others, should be a break from the daily grind, the daily routine, the daily juggling act."
That's why we take care of everything for you -- in regards to the recordation of your assets, (including high-speed broadband VOD audio/videos), and all of the particulars. Whether it's witnessing the pomp and pageantry of the Changing of the Guard in London, sampling fine cuisine in Paris, or taking a gondola ride through the canals of Venice, were there to register and record it with a serial number. Our expert social-networking Hosts are right there to help you navigate the process and create your own perfect profile experience. It's uploading your WebUser assets in its purest form. We take care of the recordation details, so you can have all the fun.
You've Got the walk - now Walk the Talk
As a teenager, entertainer, Troy Cory learned that money talks. As an adult, and as the CEO of the NBS Radio Trust, he learned that liquidity, comoditizing your legacy speaks volumes.
Traditionally, one of the challenges of having significant wealth has been getting sufficient access to liquidity.
At Profiles4, we work with users to maintain a uniquely personal approach toward providing the necessary flexibility to pursue opportunities whenever and wherever they arise.
And with the resources of one of the world's most established financial institutions, our highly trained credit Intermediaries can develop and underwrite innovative solutions that will give your wealth a more powerful voice.
One opportunity that will surely take notice of Profiles4's Management verification to prove up Today's Wealth.
The trick is to conserve the valuable legacy resources. Make wise decisions about how to use and cut cost. MORE STORY - Intermediaries / 109Money Intermediary Click Money
As for Web information: Profiles4 background data shows a wide range of ways personal identifier information can be stolen. It's not just a person sitting at a computer screen hacking into a corporation, "It's a wide spectrum."
In many major cases ID theft isn't personal
4. Related Stories / 109IdentityTheft (A Yes90 Letter submitted to the LAtimes to answer to a quoted story-line, was discovered by a Yes90 blogger. It stated:
When businesses were targeted, 40% of the time it was by employees of the companies, not outsiders such as contractors or hackers. In the employee cases, 60% worked in retail and 22% in financial services. The effect of new security measures for businesses should be studied.
Criminals had one or more accomplice 42% of the time, and the more people that were involved, the higher the average losses. Law enforcement should consider devoting more resources to cracking down on organized groups.
Holding on to your identity
Re "Follow the bouncing checks," Column One, Oct. 15
I have suggestions for helping to minimize identity theft and the headaches associated with bogus checks and fraudulent credit card charges:
* Get a post office box or private mailbox for all sensitive and financial mail.
* Use checks to pay utility bills or the government. For all others, use credit cards, cash or money orders.
* Put a freeze on all three credit reporting agencies. No one can open up a credit card in your name.
* Scammers sometimes send out a check for $5 as a promotional gimmick. Throw them away. Once you cash it, they will know your bank, signature and account number. - Suzy McGregor
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WUG4.com. - http://www.wug4.com.
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WebUsersGuild.com - http://www.webusersguild.com
WebUsersGuild.org - http://www.webusersguild.org
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As For the Writers Guild Strike -- A Yes90 blogger says: THEY SHOULD JUST REPLACE THESE WRITERS, WITH ONE'S THAT DIDN'T GET A BREAK, PROBABLY BETTER TOO. THERE ARE ONLY 12000 REGISTERED WRITERS WITH THE GUILD (ONLY 3% ARE WORKING ON A REGULAR BASIS, GEE WHIZ!! -- Suzy McGregor