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Dean, DVDs, death and daguerreotypes

Monday, February 6, 2006: TV, stage and film's Dean Cameron, death comes to a listener and Middle Tennessee State University's Christopher Harris, plus calls, instant messages and emails about pop culture, the day's news and a smattering of technology...it's The David Lawrence Show for a Monday.

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Tonight's notes:
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7pm PT:

Dean Cameron, musician, writer and creator of The Bill of Rights - Security Edition, joins us live in-studio to look at the new play he's directing, a musical based on the life of drunken urban poet Charles Bukowski.



8pm PT:

Poor Derek. He calls in to ask how to take DVDs and rip them, then convert them for use on his new video iPod. But, alas, his mother reminds him that the phone is not a toy, and kills him. Rest in peace, Derek. We reveal how to it anyway: here's the software you need, Handbrake, and here's the tutorial at howto.diveintomark.org.



9pm PT:

Christopher Harris, Professor of Digital Media Communication of Middle Tennessee State University, joins us live from Nashville to look at his battle to preserve the copyrights to images he shot of the author of a book. which were then published without his permission. Harris helps us define what the copyright law means to the creator of content, and the limits of the tenet of fair use for news organizations.



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