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The Getty {Part 1} - Los Angeles

Beautiful architecture and gardens

Museums are usually beautiful on the outside but the Getty is incredibly interesting to look at from every angle. No corner, back door, or emergency exit looks like an afterthought. 189 more words

Attractions

Getty v. Microsoft: Flagrant Infringement or a New Fair Use Frontier?

By Elena Kravtsoff, Esq.*

On September 4, 2014, Getty Images, Inc. filed a lawsuit in the Southern District Court of New York against Microsoft Corporation over the Bing Image Widget, whose beta version was released less than two weeks earlier. 2,050 more words

Copyright

Getty Villa

I am missing the summer breezes back home in Los Angeles and the weather in New York is starting to drop. However, I cannot wait to starting wearing more fall clothing and saying goodbye to summer wear. 270 more words

Art

Finally Finished!

It’s the weekend after Torrey Conference aka hell week for me and my lovely webkins Jenny and Kat. Due to the nature of the conference and the standards set for the Chimes, Kat and I were responsible for updating the blogs online and also live tweeting (or love tweeting as Siri would insist calling it everytime I texted anyone about it) 198 more words

Life

Sidetracked

Sometimes life gets distracting. I just realized I haven’t blogged in over 155 days. In 155 days a lot can happen. I do not even know where it all started. 207 more words

Getty Center Architecture: Work of Art with a Museum Inside

The J. Paul Getty Museum’s collection is divided between the Getty Villa, in the Museum’s original location above Malibu, and the newer Getty Center in the Santa Monica Mountains off of the 405, across from the University of California, Los Angeles. 690 more words

Travel

Getty fails to get injunction on Microsoft image widget

NEW YORK: Getty Images Inc has failed to convince a federal judge to halt Microsoft Corp’s Bing Image Widget, which it said enabled massive copyright infringement, because the software company had already taken it down voluntarily. 237 more words

Microsoft News