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Neil Wilkof on when a student asked him how overlapping trademarks and copyright might operate. #law #trademark #copyright
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It is estimated that about 60% of European children are daily or almost daily internet users, and therefore, by many they are considered to be “digital natives”. #law #privacy #parenting
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Why has the subject of agriculture become so controversial? #agriculture #food
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Daniel Hahn discusses the difficulties associated with using the term 'Young Adult' when referring to children's literature. #OxCompChildLit #lit #YA
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How overlapping intellectual property rights might change and develop in the future. #law #IPlaw #copyright #trademark
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By now minimalism is so ingrained in our era’s musical consciousness that it becomes ever harder to imagine what a break Terry Riley's 'In C' represented. #music #minimalism
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What questions did your favourite children's book ask you? #OxCompChildLit #quotes #lit
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What sort of a list of books on Italy would lack one on food? #Italy #food  
The Guardian’s correspondent chooses books from Goethe to Michael Dibdin which reveal an ‘eternally deceptive’ country
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“Trained, energetic, would-be older workers are frustrated by a job market that fails to take advantage of their talents.” #work #aging
Joseph Coleman, author of 'Unfinished Work,' talks about what he learned traveling the world to profile the aging global workforce and what advice he'd offer workers over 50.
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Today at the American Academy of Neurology in DC: David Zee, co-author of The Neurology of Eye Movements (5E), poses with fellow neurologists Elena Pretgiana and Alessandra Rufa st the OUP Booth #212. #AANAM
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When you think of the world of publishing, the work of videos, podcasts, photography, and animated GIFs doesn’t immediately come to mind. But here at Oxford University Press we have Sara Levine...
Another week, another great staff member to get to know. When you think of the world of publishing, the work of videos, podcasts, and animated GIFs doesn't immediately come to mind. But here at Oxford University Press we have Sara Levine, who joined the Social Media team as a Multimedia Producer just last year.
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We asked Jenny Forsyth, member of the Sospiri choir in Oxford, what it takes to be part of a successful choir. #singing #voice #music
We asked Jenny Forsyth, member of the Sospiri choir in Oxford, what it takes to be part of a successful choir.
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