After 15 years as a chef, I left the cooking world behind me and stepped into a world of audio. I originally wanted to work in music when I was in school but it was just not accessible or realistic to me at that time. While I tried in vein to make it as a musician, I took an apprenticeship as a chef not because I dreamed of being a chef or was even that passionate about it. Mainly because everyone kept telling me I needed a backup plan. As time went on my backup plan became m
I was born in 1984 and when I was 11 years old I read George Orwell's 1984 and I felt the ever watching eye of surveillance. Camera Surveillance was around and I was aware even then that I was being watched in stores and on public transport. That was in 1995, the world wide web had only just started to get really popular. It was still yet to explode in the following years. Since then Orwell's prophecy has become more and more our reality. World Wide Web Timeline In contrast t
The idea of copyright seems like a pretty simple idea.
If it was your idea then you own it.
But where does this start and where does it end? I imagine even in the earliest days of our existence we'd have claimed ownership over a stick we found. That the simple act of sharpening the stick would be something that would make it “your” stick and that someone else sharpening their stick like ''yours'' is ripping you off. Today when we decide that C, G, Am, F is a good chord pro