In terms of jobs, I have an MA in Cultural Policy and Management and aiming for a career in museums. However, I am all too aware how competitive this sector is both in the UK and in Canada (so I’m told). So, saying that, I’m open to any work that I feel I could progress in and enjoy.
As well given that we in Canada already pay a “tax” on our blank media we in effect are already compensating the big media companies. As someone already mentioned. The people who actually buy the real SW are in no way going to resort to piracy. Comment number 5. At 00:24 9th Apr 2011, AlexKs wrote: Marshall McLuhan “the great American post war academic”? Really? Come now! Do your homework! I know from my own experience that Brits are unable to distinguish a Canadian from an American, having been mistaken for the latter myself while studying there and travelling across the old sod. For about a decade before WWII.
Hopefully this trend of listening will continue and they will realize that they have an opportunity to appease a large swath of voters on an issue that does not polarize people the way many issues tend to. The only people who stand to gain from a US style DMCA (one that restricts the rights of consumers for the benefits of the recording/movie industry) being introduced in Canada are American companies. There can’t be many Canadian voters who would voluntarily give away their right to play their CDs on their MP3 players.
I got no issue with that. If you not confident of that, then perhaps ask yourself the question why you are posting it at all. As they say one has nothing to fear from the law if one has done nothing wrong.. Later in the day, he also accepted an honorary fellowship from the university, according to Gellos.Universe hates Higgs boson, Chicago CubsBy John Bowman, CBCNews. A physicist working on the Large Hadron Collider doesn’t think much of the theory that the universe is sabotaging the project to prevent the discovery of the Higgs boson. Might as well say that Nature hates.
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This is where Prof Monck and I are in total agreement. He doesn’t quite put it this way but the death of ‘the story’ is part of the answer to the trust conundrum. Now journalists can get on with increasing the access of the people formerly known as the audience to the information they need and in the way they need it..