No One’s Listening Show Ep. 30
And the show goes on! I (rafa) wasn’t there this week but the Key Rats pick up the slack with a Year in Review show.
Thanks again to Theo for hosting, and to Bob, Ganon, and Manny for making it happen.
01:55 – Trivia
05:00 – New Year’s weekend talk
14:35 – Rabbits are making a comeback
17:50 – The year in review (YIR)
18:55 – YIR: Unfortunate death of a construction worker
20:25 – YIR: Red light cameras
21:45 – YIR: New village manager John Gilbert
22:55 – YIR: Fire fiasco
25:45 – YIR: Tarballs, landscaping, and a baby
28:25 – YIR: The Ski Hole is rebuilt
29:10 – Diving for treasure in the bay
31:25 – Mayor Kaplan’s vision for new year
33:10 – KBYC is a ‘Clean Marina’
35:35 – Fireworks
36:00 – Islander Awards
40:15 – What ‘Clean Marina’ means
42:40 – The new Irwin
45:50 – Coaches that only speak Spanish: problem?
53:40 – Public Works
1:01:00 – Where the term ‘Key Rat’ originated?
1:03:55 – Miami’s original name
Length: 1:06:15s (30.3MB)
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Key Rat Stickers in copyright mess
My friend Mauro, proprietor of Elemental “Product Spot” in the Gables, is a little frustrated right now. He’s created various Key Biscayne themed designs for shirts and stickers, all of which are highly original and creative. Now he’s come to find out that someone has copied one of his designs and has been distributing stickers.
The details are scarce. Have the stickers been sold? No one can be sure. The thing about copyright, though, is that it doesn’t matter if they’ve been sold or not. Fair use limits a person, in this case, to reproduce the design for personal use; making your own sticker or a poster is fine. The line is crossed when things are distributed, even for free.
If you have any info as to any of this, post a comment or drop a line.