BBC Radio Five (not quite so live)

by Suw on August 21, 2005

Have to pop over to BBC TV Centre tomorrow to record an interview about this digital rights group that I'm helping set up, and data retention. The interview will be aired overnight, during the Blog and Podcast Hour. When I get more details, I'll let you know, but I'm guessing it'll be easier to listen after the event via their streaming than to stay up all night wondering what time it's on.

Anonymous August 22, 2005 at 12:41 am

On the way to Trafalgar square last night my brother managed to convince me that 'Rights' is better than 'Freedoms', because 'freedom' sounds like a Wolfie Smith sort of whine, rather than Rights which are what everyone is often achingly aware of.
It just means that d-fuk as an acronym of 'digital freedoms – UK' won't work, which is a shame in and of itself.

Anonymous August 22, 2005 at 7:08 am

But “Digital Rights – UK” is DRUK, which is fairly close to the German word “druck” – To print, or to put pressure on, or oppressiveness.

Anonymous August 22, 2005 at 2:43 pm

I like Steve's acronymous … (not acrimonious) … suggestion. But I continue to believe the very most important thing is to identify the 'story' the group has to put forward that will find lodgement in what the target audience already thinks … and turn the first of the target market into opinion leaders who are continuing to spread the story to others in the target market.

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