Today I might do a double dose of "On Anarchy" today, since last night prevented me. Or I might not. On a side note, last night I made money by ordering a pizza. It was $13, and I handed the guy a $20. He meant to give me $7 in change, but he accidentially slipped the $20 I gave him in. So I paid -$7 for a pizza. By the time I realized it, I heard him driving off. Sucks for him, but I'm not really going to complain. Odds are, he'll never make that mistake again.
Oh, and here's a wierd twist on copyright law. I'm a digital solutions provider. Someone wants me to wire and network their office, installing new computers, the whole nine yards. They also want an application server. So, I go out and buy a lot of, let's just say, Dell computers. They don't quite meet the tech specs, there's security devices that need to be installed (fingerprint scanners and key loggers), so I add them, making a derivitave work of the Dells. Similarly, I build the custom application server.
But then, they want a customized version of the Windows operating system. If I do that, I'm breaking the law. This disparity between the meat and the digital perplexes me.