Akemi Iwaya is a devoted Mozilla Firefox user who enjoys working with multiple browsers and occasionally dabbling with Linux. She also loves reading fantasy and sci-fi stories as well as playing "old school" role-playing games. You can visit her on Twitter and Google+.
DID YOU KNOW?
In the 1908 Supreme Court case White-Smith Music Publishing Co. v. Apollo Co., the Court decided, rather oddly, that songs encoded on the rolls of paper used to drive auto-playing pianos (but for which the original song creator was not compensated) didn’t constitute a copyright violation because the rolls were not human-readable; this ruling was effectively overturned by The Copyright Act of 1909.