My daughter's Wii (...) is proving to be an interesting addition to our home entertainment suite. The Opera browser works pretty good with YouTube and I've been watching a number of TED video's. Most are really great, but Larry Lessig's expose on creativity and law is enlightening and helpful when discussing copyright issues in the 21st century:
I particularly like the part where he points out two extremes that are feeding one-another. On one hand the 'government' (or are it media companies?) keep on pushing rules, laws and technologies that prevent creativity, and on the other hand upcoming generation (the participation generation) have a tendency to break copyright laws by default. Both are wrong, and we need a way in the middle.