This week's TWIT (This Week in Technology) podcast was a particularly good one for anyone interested in copyright and the PATRIOT act. Brewster Kahle kicked things off with a discussion of his fight against a National Security Letter that was served to the Internet Archive. According to Brewster there have been approximately 200,000 of these letters served, and his was only the 3rd challenge! (you may recall one of the others). A fair amount of other interesting stuff, including Roz Savage's attempt to row solo across the Pacific. The show ends with an excerpt from Cory Doctorow's latest book, Little Brother, which is available as a DRM-free purchase ($20) from Random House (apparently their first DRM-free offering, at Cory's insistence). I do believe I'll be getting this for my summer vacation drive.