The more eyes, the better.
This makes me upset that I don't own some form of cheap camcorder. That impulse, in turn, makes me think about the balance of privacy, anonymity and public responsibility. On the other hand, if I want to be anonymous and maintain my privacy, I should be smart enough to not be walking around near large public functions like the Republican National Convention. I object to always-on, government-controlled surveillance of public places. However, I support the right of citizens to record the agents of government doing their job in order to maintain a check on their behavior, because (as this story clearly shows) sometimes those checks are vitally necessary.
Posted by jbz at April 12, 2005 9:40 AM
my ipod nano 3rd generation i plugged it into my new laptop as it was out of battery and it came up with the apple logo and hasnt disappeared since iv tried holdin down the menu n select n every suggestion given but nothing has worked and my pc doesnt even say its plugged in, i have also been to apple i store but they werent much help. please help me x