The RU Sirius Show is rather interesting this week; it's the first installment since show producer and co-host Jeff Diehl announced his lawsuit, along with the EFF, against griefer Michael Crook for abuse of the DMCA in an attempt to silence MondoGlobo Network's webzine, 10 Zen Monkeys. The show hosts talk a bit about Crook at the beginning of the show, although they steer clear of anything too serious or any legal issues. (Consider also that the show's style is sort of Stern- meets-Baudrillard.) They also interview author Adam Gorightly about his biography of Charles Manson, a real-life griefer of far greater consequence than Mr. Crook.
Meanwhile, on NeoFiles, Sirius and Diehl have an illuminating and interesting conversation with Fred Turner, author of "From Counterculture to Cyberculture: Stewart Brand, The Whole Earth Network, and the Rise of Digital Utopianism." Link