Viacom's case against YouTube. Sounds compelling to me. If stuff isn't public domain, it's private. But the way stuff moves around these internets, it can be hard to tell.
How to juggle three balls. This is great. Very clear instruction. Get off the dang computer, find some tennis balls, and teach the whole family to juggle. Update: The Dylanologist would prefer to juggle oranges, heads of lettuce, eggs, or 20 year-old blond Swedish nannies. On the other hand, Roger says:
Tennis balls make lousy juggling balls. Go to the sporting goods store and buy three lacrosse balls. Get two orange and one white. You can use the white one to see how far along in any progression you are, and eventually you can use it to do unusual throws. Tennis balls don't weigh enough and bounce out of your hands. A lacrosse ball is heavy and sits right in there. It bounces, but not like a superball.
Also, magic/joke/book stores sell little square beanbags for juggling. They are great for learning, as they do not roll or bounce away when you drop them. Lacrosse balls at the beach in the sand are the ne plus ultra schizzle, though.
Remember how the Vernal Equinox works?
Druze, Bedouins, Circassians, etc: What's the deal with the Israeli Arabs, and did Jimmy Carter have a point or not? Berdichevsky at New English Review